Official Source at the Foreign Ministry: Iran Has Established a Record of Spreading Sedition, Unrest and Chaos in the Region 3

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14.In 1987, the Saudi embassy in Tehran was attacked and Saudi diplomat Reza Abdulmohsen Al-Nozha was assaulted and taken by Iranian Revolutionary Guard forces. He was released following negotiations between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
15.Iranian surrogates were responsible for the abductions and killings of a number of American diplomats in Lebanon in the 1980s.
16.Iran was involved in a series of assassinations of Iranian opposition members, including:
a.The murder of Iranian Kurdistan Democratic Party leader Rahman Ghassemlou and his deputy Abdullah Azar, in Vienna in 1989.
b.The assassination in France by the Iranian revolutionary guard of Shapour Bakhtiar, the last Prime Minister of Iran under Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, which also took the lives of a French officer and woman.
c.The assassinations of Secretary-General of the Kurdistan Democratic Party, Sadegh Sharafkandi, his assistants Fattah Abdoulie, Homayoun Ardalan, and Nuri Dechrda, in the bombing of the Mykonos restaurant in Berlin in 1992.
17.The Iranian regime kidnapped and killed a number of American diplomats in Lebanon in 1989.
1.Iran was responsible for the abduction and killing of a number of U.S. diplomats in Lebanon in the 1989.
18.The Iranian regime was involved in the assassination in Thailand of Saudi diplomats Abdullah Al-Malki, Abdullah Al-Bassri, Fahad Al-Bahli, and Ahmed Al-saif in 1989 and 1990.
19.In 1992, the Iranian regime was involved in the bombing of Mykonos restaurant in Berlin. The German Federal Prosecutor issued an arrest warrant of Iran's Minister of Intelligence, Ali Fallahian, for planning and supervising the restaurant bombing and killing (4) Kurdish opposition who were in the restaurant at the time of the bombing.
20.Iran was involved in Buenos Aires bombings in 1994, which resulted in the deaths of 85 people and the wounding 300 others. In 2003, British police arrested Hade Pour Soleimanpour, Iran’s former ambassador to Argentina, for conspiring to carry out attack.
21.In 1994, the Venezuelan Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a press release stating that four Iranian diplomats were involved in a covert operation at Simon Bolivar International Airport in Caracas that was aimed at forcing Iranian refugees to return to their country.

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