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News number: 8901240707

12:11 | 2010-04-13

Foriegn Policy

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Iran's President Urges UN to Probe into 9/11 Attacks

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, in a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, called for a UN probe into the September 11 attacks in a bid to find major factors behind the issue.



"At least, you are expected to form an independent fact-finding committee trusted by regional countries on major elements behind September 11 attack which was carried out as the main pretext to attack the Middle East," Ahmadinejad said in his letter.

The Iranian president also asked for investigation into NATO intention for presence in Afghanistan and Iraq and results of nine-year presence and conflict.

Ahmadinejad then urged Ban ki-moon to declare the investigation results to the UN General Assembly.

He also referred to measures of some NATO intelligence and security forces based in Afghanistan and approach of some US and European media to support leader of Jundollah terrorist group Abdolmalek Rigi and called for condemning his crimes and defending rights of Iranian nation as the major victim of terrorism.

Ahmadinejad sent a video footage of some of Rigi's crimes, media support for him and his confessions of winning support from NATO members.

President Ahmadinejad further stressed that millions of people were killed, injured or displaced and drugs cultivation has been grown since presence of NATO and the US forces in the region.