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Iran plans to bring Soleimani’s death to the international judiciary in a US bombing in Iraq

June 11, 2020

The Iranian government stressed on Thursday that it plans to bring the deaths of Qasem Soleimani, chief of the Quds Force of the Revolutionary Guard, to the international courts in a January bombing of the United States at the airport in Baghdad, Iraqi capital. .

Deputy Minister for International and Legal Affairs, Mohsen Baharvand, said Tehran had sent letters to the United Nations Security Council and to the United Nations Secretary General, António Guterres, and said that the investigation “must be accurate and without time limits”. “”

He said he could travel to Iraq and Syria as part of the investigation, adding that the process will initially take place at a national level, but later at an international level, the Iranian news agency reports.

Iran plans to bring Soleimani’s death to the international judiciary in a US bombing in IraqIran plans to bring Soleimani’s death to the international judiciary in a US bombing in Iraq

Baharvand has said that once the investigation is complete, the process of bringing the case to these international courts will begin on a day that the authorities have also released the photo of a man sentenced to death for spying for states United and Israel and give information about Soleimani.