"General Soleimani, including political and military officials from the United States and other governments, and the global police have been notified in this regard".
Alqasi-Mehr was reported by Iran's Fars news agency as saying the warrants had been issued on charges of murder and terrorist action and that Iran would continue to pursue the matter after Trump's time in office ends.
US President Donald Trump delivering a statement on the US response to Iranian missile strikes, at the White House, 8 January 2020.
The US killed Soleimani, who oversaw the Revolutionary Guard's expeditionary Quds Force, and others in the January strike near Baghdad International Airport.
He said Iran had asked Interpol to issue a "red notice" for Trump and the other individuals the Islamic Republic accuses of taking part in the killing of Soleimani.
The Pentagon said US President Donald Trump had ordered Soleimani's "killing", after a pro-Iran mob this week laid siege to the US embassy.
According to the official, judicial authorities adopted a resolution to bring these persons to justice and to appeal to Interpol to issue red notices against them.
As Breitbart News reported, the US military, at the direction of Trump, killed Iran's most significant military figure, Qasem Soleimani, in drone strikes in Baghdad in the first week of January in a huge blow to the Islamic Republic. The notices cannot force countries to arrest or extradite suspects, but can put government leaders on the spot and limit suspects' travel. Interpol has no requirement for making any of the notices public, though some do get published on its website.
Miffed by Soleimani's death, Iranian Revolutionary Guards vowed to attack Israel and other United States allies in revenge of U.S. action.
However, Interpol clarified that its constitution prevents them from "undertaking any intervention or activities of a political, military, religious or racial character".