Tehran (IP) - Iran's Foreign Ministry has called US inhumane sanctions an obstacle in importing and supplying medicines needed by chemical victims.

Iran Press/Iran News: Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in its latest tweet released on Sunday referred to Sardasht chemical bombing disaster, saying: "Today, through its inhumane sanctions, the United States is preventing (export of) the medicine needed for chemical (warfare) victims; The drugs needed for various patients."

On June 28, 1987, the Ba'athist regime in Iraq chemically bombed the Iranian border town of Sardasht, killing 110 civilians and injuring more than 8,000.

These days, Iran is unable to import drugs for chemical casualties due to US sanctions.


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