The death of an Iranian who lived at Paris airport for 18 years

The death of an Iranian who lived at Paris airport for 18 years
The death of an Iranian who lived at Paris airport for 18 years

The death of an Iranian who lived at Paris airport for 18 years

An Iranian who chose to live at Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport in the French capital died yesterday.

French authorities granted Mehran Karimi Nasseri the right of asylum and residence in France in 1999 but he made a small area of ​​Roissy Charles de Gaulle Airport for him in 1988 until 2006 when he was taken to hospital for treatment and then brought back to the airport, where he lived for more than 18 years.

Nasseri became known to airport staff and became a symbolic figure, being the subject of many French and foreign television and radio reports before his story was made into cinemas.

Inspired by director Steven Spielberg in his film The Terminal, as reported by Agence France-Presse.

The French agency said the man died in building 2F

And authorities at Roissy Airport said several thousand Oros were found on him.

It is noteworthy that Mehran Karimi Nasseri, known by the nickname “Sir Alfred”, was born in 1945 in the Suleiman Mosque in the Iranian province of Khuzestan. He was living in Roissy, north of Paris, in November 1988, after a long journey in search of his mother, during which he went to London, Berlin and even Amsterdam. Each time he was expelled by the authorities for failing to produce his papers, and in 1999 he was granted refugee status in France and a residence permit.

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