The two men received orders from the state-run Iranian Electronics Industries and exported a total of 3,100 dials used in constructing sighting devices on antitank rocket launchers
, in April and December 1995, according to the ruling.
Momtahan, together with Sun Beam's former directors, Ichiro Takahashi, 63, and Tsuneo Ishida, 67, allegedly exported in April and December 1995 a total of 3,100 dials used in sighting devices on antitank rocket launchers
Early last month, Takahashi and another Japanese, who also effectively ran Sun Beam, were indicted on charges of exporting 3,100 dials for sighting devices used in antitank rocket launchers
to an Iranian state-run enterprise, Iran Electronics Industries, in April and December 1995 without government permission.
Two former executives of a defunct Tokyo trading firm were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of illegally shipping to Iran parts for antitank rocket launchers, police said.
The firm is suspected of having exported a total of 3,100 dials for antitank rocket launchers to Iran in April and December 1995 after receiving orders from an Iranian state-run enterprise identified as Iran Electronics Industries.