Tehran Mayor Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Saturday announced that the recent decision taken by Berlin Charlottenburg District Municipality to install a panel with baseless remarks as an insult to Iran, IRNA reported from Tehran.
In a letter to his German counterpart, Klaus Woweriet, he warned Charlottenburg District Municipality to stop taking insulting measures against Iran.
Addressing Berlin Charlottenburg District Mayor, Ahmadinejad underlined that they should expect retaliatory measures on the part of Iran.
"Tehran municipality is pressurized by the victims of chemical warfare and their families to install a panel listing names of the states which equipped Saddam's toppled regime with chemical weapons, particularly Germany as its supporter and supplier," he added.
Turning to the unfavorable impact of the measure, the mayor hoped that his German counterpart would take the necessary steps to stop the insulting measure.
According to IRNA, Berlin Charlottenburg District Municipality is set to install a panel with "baseless and insulting remarks against Iran" in front of Mikonos Restaurant commemorating the assassination of four Kurdish leaders there in 1992.
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