'Argentina offers to forget Iran attacks on Jewish targets'

Report: Tehran would improve financial ties to S. American country in exchange for dropping probe into 1990s bombings in Buenos Aires.

Kirchner 311 (photo credit: REUTERS)
Kirchner 311
(photo credit: REUTERS)
Argentina would be willing to suspend the investigation into the 1992 and 1994 bombings of the Israeli embassy and Jewish center in Buenos Aires which killed 114 people and wounded hundreds in return for improved financial relations with Iran, an Argentinian newspaper reported on Saturday.
According to the Argentinean tabloid Perfil, the Islamic Republic asked the South American country to drop the ongoing investigation into the bombings which are believed to have been carried out by Hezbollah and Iran and could implicate Iranian Defense Minister Ahmad Vahidi.

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“Argentina is no longer interested in solving these two attacks, but would rather improve its economic relations with Iran," the newspaper quoted an Iranian document it said it had obtained as saying.
Perfil, which is a vocal critic of Argentinean President Cristina Kirchner , said the offer was made to Argentinean Foreign Minister Hector Timmerman during a recent visit to Damascus where he met with Syrian President Bashar Assad, a close ally of Iran.
Argentina and Iran trade goods each year worth 1.2 billion dollars.