On Monday, Iran’s ambassador in Tehran, Hans-Udo Muzel, convened a series of tweets “to protest against the execution of Iranian wrestler Navid Afkari.
"We are deeply shocked by the execution of Navid Afkari. The German embassy said on Twitter on Sunday. The statement read: "It is unacceptable to ignore basic legal rights in order to silence the voice of opposition." It added that Navid's two brothers are still in prison, "now they need our unity!"  The Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Director-General of the European Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly condemned the German Embassy’s tweets as "immoral" and interfered in Iran's domestic judicial affairs.
"Incorporating Iran’s laws, regulations and independent judicial procedures into Iranian diplomats said that this is unreasonable. The national news organization IRNA reported that despite strong global protests, a wave of anti-government was set off in 2018 During the protests, the Afghans were still hanged and executed in the southern city of Shiraz.
According to information released by Amnesty International in the leaked records, the 27-year-old wrestler said that although the Iranian authorities denied the charges, he still suffered Torture confession.
"If I was executed, I want you to know an innocent person, Avcari said in the recording, even if he tried his best to fight and fight, he was executed.
U.S. President Donald Trump also defended Afkari, saying that his "only action was an anti-government demonstration in the streets".
Hans: German government human rights commissioner Barbel Koffler ( Baerbel Kofler issued the following statement on the shocking fate of Iran’s world-class athlete Navid Afkari. We share the sadness of his family, friends and the international sports community: https://t. co/AP80ins3rb
— GermanyinIran (@GermanyinIran) September 13, 2020