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US News Iranian scientist killed: Turkey denounces an act of "terrorism"

12:55  29 november  2020
12:55  29 november  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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"The assassination of the Iranian scientist was an act of terrorism . Whether it was committed by an illegal or a 'legal' organization or a state makes no The second high-profile assassination this year since January, when Gen. Qassem Soleimani was killed by a U.S. airstrike, the assassination of

Former CIA Director John Brennan has commented on the killing of a top Iranian nuclear scientist This was a criminal act & highly reckless. It risks lethal retaliation & a new round of regional “Such an act of state-sponsored terrorism would be a flagrant violation of international law & encourage more

Le scientifique a été tué à bord de sa voiture, vendredi, à Téhéran, la capitale iranienne. © AFP The scientist was killed in his car on Friday in Tehran, the Iranian capital.

Two days after the assassination of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, Iranian nuclear scientist, Ankara condemned the facts and spoke of "an act of terrorism".

Turkey condemned on Sunday the assassination of one of the main scientists of Iran's nuclear program , seeing it as an act of "terrorism" which "disturbs the peace in the region" .

“The death of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh as a result of an attack pained us. We condemn this vile assassination and offer our condolences to the Iranian government and to the relatives of the deceased ”, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement.

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The killing of Iran 's top nuclear scientist by unknown assailants was a terrorist act , Turkey ’s parliament speaker said on Saturday, Anadolu Agency reported. "The assassination of the Iranian scientist was an act of terrorism . Whether it was committed by an illegal or a 'legal' organization or

The killing of Iran 's top nuclear scientist by unknown assailants was a terrorist act , Turkey ’s parliament speaker said on Saturday. Iran Press/ Asia: "The assassination of the Iranian scientist was an act of terrorism . Whether it was committed by an illegal or a 'legal' organization or a state

"Turkey is against any initiative aimed at disturbing peace in the region and against any form of terrorism, whatever its author and its target", he continued, while calling on "all parties to the common sense and restraint ”.

Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, 59, died Friday after an attack near Tehran on his car with a vehicle bomb and a shooting, Iran's defense ministry said, adding that he was head of its research and innovation department .

Tehran accuses Israel and the United States of its assassination.

Turkey and Iran are two neighboring regional powers with historically complex relations.

They oppose on many issues, but in recent years have stepped up their cooperation in a few sectors, such as energy, and are fiercely hostile to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

Iran's parliament wants more uranium. .
The decision of the MPs is intended to demonstrate rigidity. But even in their own country, the new Atomic Energy Act meets with resistance and incomprehension. © Fatemeh Bahrami / AA / picture alliance Home of the hardliners: Plenary session in Tehran (archive picture) Irrespective of its international obligations, the Iranian parliament wants to increase uranium enrichment to 20 percent in the future.

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