Tehran 'is now examining the international legal basis on which Iran could act independently to protect the Muslims of Bosnia', he said. Mr Velayati urged the lifting of a UN embargo on arms deliveries to Bosnia, saying: 'We must allow its innocent men to defend themselves.'Reuse content
VIENNA (AFP) - Iran is considering unilateral military action to help protect the Muslim majority in Bosnia, Ali Akbar Velayati, the Iranian Foreign Minister said in Vienna. Mr Velayati said after a meeting with his Austrian counterpart, Alois Mock, that all peaceful efforts to end the war had been exhausted and called for UN military intervention against Serbian extremists in Bosnia.