Cuban Dictator Meets with Iranian Official Wanted for Argentina Attack


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Mohsen Rezai e Miguel Díaz-Canel se reuniram na Nicarágua, onde participaram da posse do ditador Daniel Ortega

Mohsen Rezai and Miguel Díaz-Canel met in Nicaragua, where they participated in the inauguration of dictator Daniel Ortega| Photo: Government of Cuba

Cuban dictator Miguel Díaz-Canel participated this week in a meeting with an Iranian official accused of involvement in the attack against the Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina (Amia) in 1994 in Buenos Aires, who killed 80 people and injured others


According to information from the Cuban government , Mohsen Rezai, named Iran’s Vice President for Economic Affairs last year, met with Díaz-Canel on Monday (), when both were in Nicaragua for the inauguration of the dictator Daniel Ortega.

“Both read The leaders evaluated the positive state of political relations between the two countries and advocated further development and deepening of economic, trade and cooperation ties, especially in areas such as health and the medical-pharmaceutical industry,” the Cuban regime said in a note.

The government The Argentine condemned the appointment of Rezai, who has an international arrest warrant against him, and this week sent a note of protest to the Nicaraguan embassy over his presence at Ortega’s inauguration. The biggest tight skirt, however, was the presence at the ceremony of the Argentine ambassador to Nicaragua, Daniel Capitanich, who did not ask for arrangements for Rezai to be arrested.

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