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The Argentine Foreign Ministry requested the arrest of the Iranian minister for being responsible for the attack on the AMIA

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The Argentine Foreign Ministry requested the arrest of the Iranian minister for being responsible for the attack on the AMIA

The Argentine Foreign Ministry issued an official statement requesting the arrest of the mInterior Minister General Ahmad Vahidi, one of those accused of the attack on the Argentine Israelite Mutual Association (AMIA) in 1994. Vahidi was appointed to his position in 2021 by the president of Iran, Ebrahim Raisi, and the Argentine Government repudiated such actions.

Minutes after 8 pm this Tuesday, April 23, in the midst of the massive mobilizations throughout the country for the university demand, the Argentine Foreign Ministry was present on its social networks with a statement. In it he reported that The international arrest of those responsible for the attack on the AMIA was requested, which caused the death of 85 people in 1994.

The organization states that one of those involved in that event is the current minister, Ahmed Vahidi. «This individual is currently Minister of the Interior of the Islamic Republic of Iran and is part of a government delegation that is in Pakistan and Sri Lanka these days«, they sentenced.

In this sense and at the request of the Argentine authorities, “The Interpol Central Office based in Lyon issued a Red Circular for his arrest”, cthey communicated

They also pointed out that simultaneously, the Buenos Aires National Central Office of Interpol of the federal police, asked its counterpart OCN Islamabad to “proceed to the preventive detention of the deceased for the purposes of extradition to Argentina.”


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