The United Nations has expressed concern over the raid on the media offices and on the arrest of nine employees.

UN Secretary General’s spokesman Martin Nesirky told a news conference yesterday (July 03) that the UN was aware that such a raid had taken place.

“And as we’ve said in many other cases, not just with regard to this country, journalists need to be able to do their work without interference. And that’s the general principle and it applies in this case, too,” he said.

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