The remote secretary has encouraged Iran to turn around its “unlawful” seizure of a British-hailed tanker in the Gulf.

Jeremy Hunt said it “brings up intense issues” about the security of British and worldwide sending in the Strait of Hormuz.

It comes as Iran discharged new film of the catch on Friday of the Stena Impero.

Tehran said the vessel was “damaging worldwide oceanic guidelines”.

Talking after a telephone call with his Iranian partner, Mr Hunt said Iran saw this as a “blow for blow circumstance” following the detainment of an Iranian tanker in Gibraltar.

Be that as it may, he didn’t utter a word “could be further from reality”.

The Stena Impero’s proprietors said they needed access at the port of Bandar Abbas to the 23 team individuals, who they said are healthy.

BBC security reporter Frank Gardner said it shows up the Iranian Revolutionary Guard was “very arranged to drive this right up to the verge of a contention, yet presumably halting barely shy of it”.

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