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Mehmanparast brushed aside Zionist regime's accusation on Iranian involvement in the bombing and said that Israel perpetrated the terrorist actions to launch a new psychological war against Iran.

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 Terror scenarios in India and Georgia and claims by Zionist regime about Iran's role in the terrorist operations is another phase of psychological war against Tehran, Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said here Monday.

He added that the Zionist regime has bombed its embassies in New Delhi and Tbilisi to tarnish Iran's friendly ties with the host countries.

Mehmanparast brushed aside Zionist regime's accusation on Iranian involvement in the bombing and said that Israel perpetrated the terrorist actions to launch a new psychological war against Iran.

He said that such terrorist actions reflected the innate nature of Tel Aviv regime.

Iran's ambassador to India has categorically denied Iran's any type of involvement in the attack on the New Delhi embassy, whatsoever.

'Any terrorist attack is condemned (by Iran) and we strongly reject the untrue and irresponsible comments by an Israeli official,' Mehdi Nabizadeh was quoted as saying. 'These accusations are untrue and sheer lies, like the previous times.'

Speaking to some members of his rightwing Likud party, Zionist regime Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu allegedly blamed Iran for the attacks that wounded at least two people, one of them an Israeli woman.

A hitman on a motorbike fixed a suspected magnetic bomb on an Israeli embassy car in the Indian capital on Monday, police said.

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