Along with this, Iran has sought help from Interpol to detain dozens of other people including US President Donald Trump.
Tehran: Iran has issued a warrant for the arrest of US President Donald Trump. Along with this, Iran has sought help from Interpol to detain dozens of other people including US President Donald Trump. Tehran's prosecutor Ali Alkasimhar said on Monday that Trump, along with more than 30 other people, were involved in the January 3 attack. Iran's General Qasim Soleimani was killed in this attack.
Iran has certainly sought Interpol's help but Interpol, based in Lyon, France, has not immediately responded to a request for comment. Alkasimer also said that Iran had requested a 'red notice' for Trump and others, the highest level notice issued by Interpol.
America killed Qasim Sulemani in an airstrike
The US took military action due to tensions between the US and Iran. During this time, the American Revolutionary Guard (IRGC) senior general and Quds Force commander Qasim Sulemani was killed in the American strike. Also in Iraq, Abu Mehndi al-Muhandis, commander of the Iran-backed Popular Mobilization Force, was also killed.
General Sulaimani was considered to be in charge of intelligence operations
Keep in mind that the Revolutionary Guard is part of the Iranian armed force. Although the US declared it a terrorist organization in April 2019. However, the American action due to the death of General Suleimani was a rare incident of its kind in which America killed a military commander of a country. General Sulemani was considered to be in charge of the ongoing intelligence operations of the IRGC and the operations of Iran-backed factions.
Red corner means
This notice is issued for the arrest or extradition of wanted criminals. The criminal arrested with the help of red corner notice is sent to the country where he has committed the crime. At the same time, he is prosecuted and punished according to the law of that country.
The person against whom "Interpol" has issued a red corner notice; Interpol cannot force a member country to arrest that wanted person.-Published by The Beyond News.