President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Tuesday that Iran will help Argentina to bring to justice terrorists behind AMIA bombing, IRNA reported.
Responding to question, the President said, "We think investigation of the case should be held in transparency and disclosure of the fact. We are confident that when the investigations fall in a clear and unbiased process, they would result in further expansion of relations between Iran and Argentina."
Elsewhere in the press conference, he said in response to a question about Israeli Netanyahu painting at the UN General Assembly session that he should practice more to have better painting.
That's for 33 years that the Islamic Republic of Iran has been threatened by the Zionist regime of Tel Aviv, the so-called advocate of humanity, freedom, human rights and democracy, President Ahmadinejad said.
Since Islamic Iran's freedom the US has been confronting Iranian nation, said the President, adding that enemies have got angry, raising the level of their threats, which is not at all important.