On Monday, Iran marked the 34th anniversary of a chemical attack on the city of Sardasht by Western-backed Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein and once again it was proved to the world how the West and supporters of the so-called human rights are silent against crimes of any regime that they support.
Head of Iran's Passive Defense Organization Brigadier General Gholamreza Jalali called for affiliated Iranian organizations to do their best for improving the country's chemical defense power.
In a message on Monday morning, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif commemorated the 34th anniversary of the horrendous chemical weapons attack by Saddam Hussein’s regime on the Iranian city of Sardasht.
Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the country will never forget how Western countries backed Iraq’s ousted dictator Saddam Hussein when he carried out chemical attack on the Iranian city of Sardasht in 1987.
People of Iran on Saturday marked the 33rd anniversary of chemical attacks by the Iraqi Ba'ath regime on the northwestern city of Sardasht.
An Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps base in northwest of Iran announced that its forces have "taken revenge" on terrorists who had martyred an IRGC serviceman in Piranshahr on Sunday.