May 21, 2013
AMIA: Interpol assures red alerts on suspects will not be lifted
In a press conference offered at the Government House today, Foreign Minister Héctor Timerman said the government received this morning a letter from Interpol stressing that the memorandum of understanding signed between the Argentinean and Iranian governments last month meant a “positive progress” for the investigation of the AMIA bombing.
The deal established the creation of a five-member commission to investigate the deadly 1994 bombing of the Buenos Aires Jewish community centre.
The letter went on to assure that the existing red alerts issued by Interpol on the Iranians suspected of being involved in the attack will not be lifted.
"The national government is always working for the justice, the memory and the truth," Timerman added.