As an Argentinean court revoked a memorandum of cooperation between Iran and Argentina to investigate into the AMIA bombing case, Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesperson expressed regrets over what she called the revocation of a chance to find the truth.
Marzieh Afkham stated "Fully confident that the claims against its nationals were false, the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran signed a memorandum of understanding on January 27, 2013 to resolve the AMIA bombing case. Throughout successive negotiations, Iran has always conveyed its willingness to preserve and enact the aforementioned memorandum.”
The Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman added "The government of the Islamic Republic of Iran believes that the MoU provided a good opportunity to find the reality on the AMIA catastrophe and to set things right in relation to the case, but the opportunity was taken away be what the Argentinean court did. The Islamic Republic of Iran has therefore to express sorrow over the decision.”
Iranian media report that the Argentinean court revoked the MoU following a suit filed against the agreement by a Zionist lobby.