Tehran (IP) – The Secretary of I.R. Iran's High Council for Human Rights says Iran won't abandon pursuing Lt. Gen. Qasem Soleimani's assassination case for the sake of the Vienna agreement.

Iran PressIran news: Kazem Gharibabadi stated that a joint investigation committee had been formed between Iran and Iraq, its meeting had been held, and several statements had been issued; he noted that documents were also exchanged between the two sides, and Iran had received more than 1,000 pages of documents from Iraq.

"Given the high number of victims of human rights violations in Iran, which is in fact the result of Western and American actions, especially terrorism and sanctions, we must at least send dozens of complaints to human rights bodies daily," he said.

Gharibabadi underlined that international organizations must highlight this oppression of the Iranian people.

He pointed out that more than 17,000 Iranians were assassinated by various terrorist groups, including the MKO, after the victory of the Islamic Revolution, which is a crime against humanity. 


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