Santiago de Compostela, Feb 27 (EFE) landing at 1:38 p.m. at the Compostela airport on a flight from Geneva.
Although the expectation in the terminal of the Galician capital was maximum, with a large presence of journalists, photographers and television cameras, this activist did not leave through the usual place that ordinary passengers do.
His landing in Santiago was confirmed to the press by the family spokesperson, Llerena Perozo.
On Saturday, after being released, Baneira was picked up by the Spanish ambassador in Tehran, Ángel Losada, and that same day he spoke by phone with the Foreign Minister, José Manuel Albares, to whom he told that he was well, conveyed his joy for returning home and thanked the steps taken, which finally ended with his release.
The Spanish Santiago Sánchez Cogedor, on the other hand, is still in an Iranian prison, in his case after being arrested on October 2 after visiting Amini’s tomb in Saqqez.