Dutch firm charged with exports to Iran

Dutch aviation services company Aviation Services International, its owner and two other firms have been charged with exporting parachutes and aircraft parts to Iran in violation of US embargoes, news agency AP reports on Wednesday.

AP says an arrest warrant has been issued for Robert Kraaipoel, owner of Aviation Services International who lives in the Netherlands. Two other firms, Delta Logistics and TPC which are owned by Kraaipoel’s sons, are also under investigation, AP said.

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