Pompeo calls on Iran to release ex-FBI agent
Tomorrow marks the twelfth anniversary of Robert A. “Bob” Levinson’s capture on Kish Island, Iran.
In a statement released Friday, one day before the 12 year anniversary of Levinson's disappearance, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said renewed his department's "call on the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran to return Mr. Levinson to his family. Representatives of Iran and the United States previously agreed to cooperate on locating and recovering Mr. Levinson. Iran must honor this commitment, and demonstrate its adherence to international norms and respect for human rights."
Pompeo said the U.S. government remained "unwavering in our commitment to reunite the Levinson family with their beloved husband and father, who served our great nation during a long and distinguished career," CBS News quoted Pompeo as saying.