Report: Tehran complains to UN after Israeli official says country acting in Iran

Eyal Hulata in an undated photograph. (courtesy)
Eyal Hulata in an undated photograph. (courtesy)

Iran has submitted a letter of complaint to the UN Security Council over statements made in a recent interview by Israel’s national security adviser, Channel 13 reports.

Speaking to the network earlier this month, Eyal Hulata said that Israel has “acted quite a lot in Iran over the past year.”

Channel 13 says that in response, Iran’s envoy to the UN complained that Hulata’s interview “constitutes a provocative statement and admission to Israeli responsibility for terrorist and destructive acts on Iranian soil.”

He says that “the Israeli regime must be held accountable and bear the consequences” for such actions, according to the report.

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