June 19, 2013
AMIA probe: Argentina to launch new action plan for Iran talks
Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman confirmed today that there were new meetings with envoys of the Iranian government over the probe handling the AMIA bombing, and assured that Argentina will present a new action plan in the next few weeks.
Timerman also added that the action plan “will only be implemented if it complies with Argentine laws and is approved by the Congress,” as he held a press conference along with Presidency Secretary General Oscar Parrilli.
The Foreign Minister also dismissed rumours indicating that meeting between Argentine and Iranian government officials would take place today.
"Next week I will hold meetings with the Jewish community. And possibly be January will reach a defining situation. I believe that when you sit down for talks, one must negotiate.”
The Foreign Minister also dismissed rumours indicating that meeting between Argentine and Iranian government officials would take place today. Those meetings took place Zurich on November 27th and 28th. The Argentine delegation was led by Treasury Prosecutor Dr Angelica Abbona and deputy Foreign Minister Eduardo Zain. During the meetings they analyzed different historic formulas which were implemented in cases similar to the AMIA bombing and respect national laws.”