Iranian Parliament Urges to Cancel Interpol’s Decision
Azerbaijan, Baku / Тrend corr D. Khatinoglu / The Iranian Parliament condemned announcing of 5 Iranian officials to search through the Red Line at an Interpol session and urged to cancel the decision.
During the Interpol's Morocco session which took place on 7 November 5 Iranian officials were announced guilty in the explosion which occurred in Argentine in 1994 and were put for search.
"A total of 280 Iranian MPs condemned the decision of the Interpol and called it preconceived. The decision had been planned by Zionists and the United States. MPs urged to cancel the decision as soon as possible," Iranian IRNA news agency reported on 13 November.
Those put to search are Mohsun Rzai, former commander of Sepah, Ali Fallahian, ex-minister for defence, Mohsun Rabbani, Ahmad Reza Askari, and Ahmad Vahididan, ex-employees in Iranian Embassy in Argentine. Argentinean law enforcement bodies accuse them and a member of Lebanese Hezbollah Amad Mughanian of the explosion which occurred in the Charitable Centre in Buenos Aires in July 1994. As a result of the explosion, 85 died and over 300 were injured.