The first secretary on the Swiss embassy in Tehran was found dead after falling from a high-rise constructing the place she lived in the north of town, a spokesman for emergency companies was quoted as saying by Iranian information businesses.
The Swiss overseas ministry (FDFA) stated an worker at its embassy in Iran had died of an accident, with out figuring out the sufferer.
"The FDFA and its head Federal Councillor Ignazio Cassis are shocked by the tragic death and express their deepest condolences to the family," it stated.
An Iranian emergency companies spokesman stated the girl's physique was found by a gardener after an worker who arrived at her residence early this morning seen she was lacking, the information company Fars reported.
"This person was the first secretary of the Swiss embassy," he informed Mehr information company. "The cause of her fall has yet to be determined."
The diplomat was 51, the semi-official information company ISNA reported. Other reviews put her age at 52.
Iranian police have introduced an investigation into her demise.
Switzerland has represented US diplomatic pursuits in Iran since Washington and Tehran lower ties shortly after the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
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