Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki blamed United Nations Security Council for disclosing the names of Iranian nuclear scientists in their resolutions, the local satellite Press TV reported on Sunday. Mottaki held countries behind UN Security Council Resolution 1747 responsible for the recent terror attacks on two Iranian scientists, urging the UN to pursue the case, said the report. "We are going to send a letter to the UN Secretary General (Ban Ki-moon) about the issue," Manouchehr Mottaki said in an interview with Press TV. "We will strongly protest the disapproved act (of listing Iranian nuclear scientists in the text of the UNSC Resolution (1747)," he said, adding that "The UN chief should put the matter on his agenda." The top Iranian diplomat reiterated that countries which issued the anti-Iran Resolution 1747 were accomplices in the terror attacks on two Iranian scientists, according to Press TV. In two separate terrorist acts in northern Tehran last Monday, Iranian nuclear scientist Dr. Majid Shahriari was killed and Dr. Fereidoon Abbasi was wounded when they were driving to work. Reportedly, Resolution 1747 adopted by the United Nations Security Council in March 2007 against the Islamic Republic over its controversial nuclear program cited the name of Abbasi as a " nuclear scientist."