Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi said on Sunday that Tehran and Buenos Aires are working together to settle the accusations about AMIA explosion dating back to 1994, IRNA reported.
Speaking to IRNA, he said the Islamic Republic of Iran has condemned the terrorist attack on Argentine Jewish center in 1994 and is working with the Argentine government to resolve the issue in line with a letter of understanding signed by representatives of the two governments.
He said that based on the agreement signed by Iran and Argentinian government, International Police (Interpol) must quit issuing red notice for four Iranian officials.
Elaborating on Foreign Ministryˈs efforts to lead Iranian diplomatic relations to warmer interaction with other governments, he expressed the hope that the new Iranian year will be a turning point for Iranˈs foreign policy.
ˈThe ill-wishers tried to imply that Iran has been isolated and will suffer a setback in diplomatic domain.ˈ
He referred to construction of Iran-Pakistan peace pipeline and said the project started at a time when Iran is under economic sanctions but Iran has other big projects to implement.