Report: Iran demands that UN Security Council condemn terror attack

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October 20, 2009 05:12


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Iran's ambassador to the UN Mohammad Khazaee on Monday sent a letter demanding that the UN Security Council condemn a suicide bombing that killed five senior Guard commanders and 37 others on Sunday, Reuters reported. "The Islamic Republic of Iran expects that the Security Council react to this terrorist attack by condemning it in the strongest term(s)," Khazaee reportedly wrote in a letter to the current president of the 15-nation council, Vietnamese Ambassador Le Luong Minh. "The Islamic Republic of Iran is determined to take all necessary measures to bring this terrorist group to justice," he said in the letter, obtained by Reuters. "We expect the international community, including the neighboring countries, to uphold their international obligations in this respect."

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