Envoy: Iran denies role in Israeli embassy attack

By REUTERS
February 13, 2012 17:26

 
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TEHRAN - Iran rejected as "sheer lies" accusations that it was involved in a bomb attack on the Israeli embassy in India, the official IRNA news agency quoted the Islamic Republic's ambassador to New Delhi as saying on Monday.

"Any terrorist attack is condemned (by Iran) and we strongly reject the untrue comments by an Israeli official," Mehdi Nabizadeh was quoted as saying by IRNA. "These accusations are untrue and sheer lies, like previous times."

Bombers targeted staff at Israel's embassies in India and Georgia on Monday, wounding four people, and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused arch-enemies Iran and its Lebanese ally Hezbollah of involvement.

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