Iranian FM:

Tehran (IP) - Hossein Amir-abdollahian, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, described the chemical bombing of Sardasht as the height of the insolence of the Saddam regime in the imposed war against Iran.

Iran PressIran News: The bombing that the air force of the Baathist regime of Iraq carried out on June 28, 1987, using chemical bombs in four crowded areas of the city of Sardasht in Iran was a war crime .

In this attack, 110 civilian residents of the city were killed and 8,000 others were exposed to poisonous gases and were poisoned.

According to Iran Press News Agency, Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Hossein Amira-Abdollahian wrote on his tweeter account on Monday morning about the chemical bombing of Sardasht, stressing: "The chemical bombing of Sardasht was the height of the insolence of Saddam's regime in the imposed war against Iran."

He added: "The silence and complicity of human rights claimants in this brutal crime will never be forgotten by the great nation of Iran. We commemorate the National Day to confront Chemical and Biological Weapons.

Earlier, in a message on the occasion of the anniversary of the chemical bombing of Sardasht, Amir Abdollahian stated: "Iran Ministry of Foreign Affairs will not spare any efforts to claim the rights of chemical martyrs and veterans through relevant legal and international conduits."


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