Thursday, August 16, 2012

Diplomat Rejects London's Claims on Tehran's Role in Bus Explosion in Bulgaria

TEHRAN (FNA)- A senior Iranian diplomat categorically denied the allegations raised by British officials about Tehran's involvement in a terrorist attack in Bulgaria last month, calling it part of London's hostile policies against Iran.

Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehman-Parast on Wednesday dismissed British Prime Minister David Cameron's Bulgaria terror charge against Iran, adding that Cameron has leveled the terror charge against Iran to sabotage Iranian ties with its friends and partners.

He refuted the prime minister for accusing Iran of involvement in terrorist attack on Israeli bus in Bulgaria.

"Such claims will certainly get nowhere," Mehman-Parast said, noting that leveling terror charge against Iran indicate that British government's stance vis-à-vis Iran is still hostile.

He contended that Iran has always declared its opposition to terror acts. Read More