Kylie Moore-Gilbert has thanked her friends and supporters for their “incredible efforts” in campaigning for her release from an Iranian prison.
The 33-year-old British-Australian was released last Wednesday, and touched down in Canberra on Friday afternoon.
She had served two years and three months of a 10-year prison sentence after being arrested on allegations of spying, which she and the Australian government have strenuously denied.
In a statement posted online on Tuesday afternoon, Dr Moore-Gilbert said she was blown away by the support she has received.
“To my dear friends and supporters, I honestly do not know where to start or how I can ever thank you for all your incredible efforts to campaign for my release,” she wrote in…