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Iran rejects Zionist claims on Bangkok bombing

ISNA - Iranian Students' News Agency

1390/11/26
02-15-2012
09:48:10
News Code :9011-15609

TEHRAN (ISNA) - Iranian Foreign Minister Ramin Mehmanparast rejected reports on the country's involvement in Bangkok explosion, calling it a Zionist regime's attempt to "harm Iran-Thailand friendly relations."

Zionist regime and the U.S. administration gave warnings in some of their media to show Thailand's situation "risky", but Thai officials gave sever reaction which demonstrated Zionist regime's planning has been in line with the current scenario, Mehmanparast said.

Condemning any terrorist attack, he said the Islamic Republic of Iran is completely ready to work with Thai government to find aspects and dimensions of the attack.

Zionist regime's claims on Iran's involvement in Bangkok bombing was in line with the U.S. vain allegation on assassination of Saudi Arabian envoy to the U.N. and that Iran was behind attacks to Zionist regime's missions in India and Georgia, he said adding all of these issues suggest the regime has made plots through suspicious scenarios.

Some media claimed that Thai police arrested two Iranians and were searching for two other suspects after bomb blasts in Bangkok on Tuesday.



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