Greece (IP) - Iran's Ambassador to Greece said the right to revenge the assassination of the nuclear scientist is preserved for his country.

Iran PressEurope: Ahmad Naderi said on Friday that Iran expects those countries of the world that advocate human rights and democracy and kept silent over the assassination of the Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh to consider the consequences of such a brutal act. 

Terrorism is a serious challenge to the international community, and under international law, all nations must live up to their commitment to the fight against terrorism by condemning the inhumane act, Naderi noted.

The Iranian ambassador to Greece stated that a double-standard approach to fighting against terrorism had led to the failure of the international efforts to confront the sinister phenomenon, and finally, it has spread this ominous phenomenon. 

Dr. Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, head of the Research and Innovation Organization of the Ministry of Defense and a scientist in the country's nuclear industry, was martyred on Friday (November 27th) in a terrorist attack in the east of Tehran.