Israel’s embassy in Buenos Aires expressed “disappointment” Friday over talks between Argentina and Iran about a deadly attack nearly two decades ago on a Jewish center in the Argentine capital, AFP reported.
The foreign ministers of Argentina and Iran met in New York Thursday, on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, to discuss the 1994 bombing which killed 85 people at a building housing various Jewish charities and NGOs.
Argentina has charged that the attack was planned and financed in Tehran and carried out by a Hizbullah cell.
Israel learned “with great disappointment the news that Argentina had agreed to meet with Iran at the foreign minister level to advance the investigation into the attack on the offices of the AMIA,” said an embassy statement quoted by AFP.
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