Friday, February 8, 2013

Iran Denies Involvement In Bulgaria Attack

Iranian Ambassador to Bulgaria Gholamreza Baqeri said today that Iran "has nothing to do with the attack (on the Israelis in Bulgaria)" and Tehran is "against any form of terrorism and strongly condemns such actions." (RFERL, 8 February)

Baqeri’s comments follow an official Bulgarian report that said investigators had "well-grounded reasons" to suggest two men suspected in the 18 July attack were members of the Hezbollah.

Hezbollah, a close Iranian ally, is part of the Lebanese government and has denied any role in the attack.

File photo: A damaged bus is transported out of Burgas airport, Bulgaria, a day after a deadly suicide attack on the bus full of Israeli vacationers. (Impact Press Group/AP/CSM)


Anonymous said...

The terrorist regime can deny what it likes.

Anonymous said...

in this case it IS denying involvement in something that it likes...and that it sponsors.

Anonymous said...

iran is the victim of terrorism,please point your fingers at real western organized mobs and gangsters,they have created terrorism.

Anonymous said...

Iran is a victim of many, many things and the terrorism and worthlessness of its government is high on the list of causes of the damage to Iran.