According to an IPR News Agency, the Iranian judiciary increased the list of Americans suspected of participating in the assassination of Suleimani, the commander of the “Quds Brigade” under the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps of Iran, to 48.
The report quoted Amir Abdulrahian, spokesman of the Committee on the Anniversary of Suleimani’s death, saying that according to information from Iranian judicial institutions, six countries have so far obtained arrest warrants for these people from Iran, and he hopes that these people can be tried “in the near future”.
He said that “severe revenge” against the assassination of Suleimani is still on the agenda of Iran.
On January 3 this year, Suleimani was killed by an American air strike outside Baghdad International Airport in Iraq.
Iran then asked Interpol to arrest 36 U.S. officials suspected of participating in the assassination of Suleimani, including US President Trump.