A US hiker, freed following investing greater than a year in jail in Iran, has promised to lobby for that discharge with the two adult males she was arrested with.
Sarah Shourd, who was flown to Oman, urged Iran to no cost her fiance Shane Bauer and good friend Josh Fattal.
All three ended up being arrested near the Iran-Iraq border last year and accused of spying. The 2 adult males still face trial.
US President Barack Obama renewed his call for that pair's discharge, saying they had accomplished nothing incorrect.
"We stay hopeful that Iran will show renewed compassion by ensuring the return of Shane, Josh and all of the other missing or detained Individuals in Iran," Mr Obama says.
UN Secretary Normal Ban Ki-moon also urged the discharge with the adult males, telling the Related Press information agency he "appreciated the flexibility" with the Iranian government.
But Tehran's chief prosecutor Jafari Dolatabadi was quoted as saying that the two men's detention possessed been extended by two months.
"Therefore there is no talk with the discharge with the two," Iran's English language Press Tv quoted him as saying.
Battle of elites
The three Individuals deny spying, saying they accidentally strayed into Iranian territory whilst on a hike in Iraq after they ended up being arrested on 31 July 2009.
Their households say they have been stored in solitary confinement, and Ms Shourd's mother Nora, who was reunited with her daughter in Oman, has says she was becoming denied treatment for possibly severe health troubles.
Talking earlier than she left Iran, Ms Shourd described her discharge as a "huge relief" and thanked "every region, every official and individual" involved in the course of action.
"I really feel myself I've a huge debt to repay the globe for what it is really accomplished for me," she says.
"My 1st priority is to enable my fiance Shane Bauer and my good friend Josh Fattal to obtain their freedom because they do not deserve to be in prison any additional.
"And even when that's finished I really feel like my work has just begun repaying the globe for what it is really accomplished for me."
US officers says Ms Shourd, 32, can be investing at least each day in Oman, but gave no particulars of her future ideas.
The Iranian authorities says a bail of $500,000 (£325,000) possessed been posted, but it can be unclear who paid, with US officers denying they had handed over any cash.
Analysts say the Individuals seem to have been caught up in a energy struggle amongst Iranian elites.
Whilst Ms Shourd's discharge was at first proposed by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the country's effective judges delayed the discharge and stamped their authority by demanding a huge bail payment.