Iran publishes the damages after the attack attributed to Israel (Reuters)
Iran's ambassador to the United Nations claimed yesterday (Wednesday) in an official letter delivered to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres and members of the Security Council that the investigation into the attack on the factory in Isfahan shows that Israel is behind the act. This is the first time that Iran has officially accused Israel of responsibility for the attack.
The Iranian Ambassador He wrote to the UN Secretary General that President Yitzhak Herzog, former Chief of Staff Aviv Kochavi and Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu threatened Iran with military action this week in an interview with CNN.
He called on the UN to condemn Israel for its aggression against Iran. "Iran reserves the right to defend itself and to react decisively against the threats and actions of the Israeli regime at the place and time it sees fit," the Iranian ambassador wrote to the UN Secretary-General.
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