The Iranian president answered Cristina on her claim about AMIA
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad answered back to President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner’s statements in the General Assembly of the UN. He asked Argentina to not to pursue “the interest of a Zionist minority.”
With a 2 days’ delay, Iran’s president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, answered to the biting critics expressed by President Cristina Fernandez in UN as he is a suspected international terrorist in connection with the 1994 bombing on the AMIA Jewish community centre in Buenos Aires.
“We advise the Argentine government that instead of serving the interests of the Zionist minority in Argentina, they pursue the citizens’ interests and benefits,” said Ahmadinejad during a press conference in New York.
During her speech in the UN assembly, Crisitna Kirchner claimed the extradition of Vahidi and she harshly criticized that he was appointed as Defence Minister.
“I told them that my country was ruled by constitutional guarantees,” she said and claimed that “none of this happened, on the contrary, this year, one of the political officers whose extradition was requested, was promoted as minister.”
Ahmadinejad avoided answering about 1994 AMIA’s attack where 84 people died.