He also expressed condolences about the cowardly murder of the scientist and congratulated him on the fact that he died with honor - the death of a martyr, and also issued an order on the measures necessary to prevent and combat such acts that undermine security.
We remind that on November 27, armed people attacked the nuclear scientist Moskhen Fakhrizade in Tehran. He was seriously injured and died in a medical facility. The Iranian Ministry of Defense confirmed the information that he was the head of the organization of research and innovation at the department. His murder occurred on the eve of the anniversary of the assassination of another Iranian nuclear scientist, Majid Shahriari, on November 29, 2010.
Iranian Vice President and head of the country's Atomic Energy Organization Ali Akbar Salehi, commenting on recent events, said that Fahrizadeh was largely engaged in defense issues against a nuclear strike on the country.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif noted evidence of Israel's participation in the murder of a scientist, calling on the international community to end the policy of double standards and condemn the act of "gosterrorism." Rouhani emphasized that the murder of Fakhrizade will not go unanswered.
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