Iranian authorities have decided to sue US President Donald Trump due to the assassination of the commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) Qassem Suleimani. The head of the judicial authority of Iran, Seyed Ebrahim Ricey stated this as Fars News agency reports.
"This issue, of course, will be resolved at the headquarters of human rights in cooperation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other bodies. We must make the US president the main suspect," Rice said, referring to judicial officials in Tehran.
He noted that the Iranian judiciary will not leave Trump alone and will ensure that the U.S. leader appears before an international tribunal.
As we reported, Suleymani was killed on January 3 on the order of U.S. President Donald Trump, as the missile hit Baghdad international airport. Soon, in a statement, Trump called Suleimani "the number one terrorist in the world."
On January 5, the Parliament of Iraq voted in favor of a resolution providing for cancellation of agreement with an international coalition led by the United States. The corresponding decision was made at an extraordinary session of parliament.