Madrid, March 10, IRNA - Iran's charge d'affaires in Buenos Aires said Iran is ready to have 'constructive dialogue with good will' with Argentinian government on AMIA dossier.
Mohsen Baharvand in an interview with IRNA here Saturday added, "If legal guarantees are given to avoid politicizing the case, Iran will be ready to answer all accusations in this concern and prove its innocence."
In an explosion in AMIA, a Jewish center in Buenos Aires in 1994, 85 people were killed.
An Argentinian attorney general accused a number of Iranian officials to be involved in the blast, but Tehran insisted on its innocence and said the whole case was a Zionist-US conspiracy against Iran.
Two years ago a former judge responsible for the case was dismissed forever from his post because of offending, forgery, bribery and deviation from the legal procedures in AMIA dossier.
In spite of that, Argentina issued an international warrant and is trying to arrest some of former Iranian officials through Interpol.
Baharvand said Interpol has recently been under pressure from some countries like the US to publish an arrest warrant for some Iranain officials.
Iran's charge d'affaires in Argentina noted that, the US is not seeking justice but they are following a plan to isolate Iran and are misusing international technical and specialized bodies.
Baharvand added, "We warn Interpol not to pay attention to such pressures and keep itself away from such games."
He warned, "If Interpol enters the game and publishes arrest warrant for Iranians, Iran will follow the case and may also issue a similar arrest warrant."
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