Spokesman: Iran will not cooperate with politically-motivated committee of UN Human Rights
The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Nasser Kanaani regarding the human rights resolution against Iran noted: "The statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was published and Iran will not have any cooperation with this politically-motivated committee and the Islamic Republic voluntarily fulfills its responsibility and such actions will not help human rights."
Share It :
It seems that the spokesman's action is a reference to Germany's support for Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein in the imposed war and the provision of chemical weapons by the German government to the regime.
In this regard, he said: "This scary mask is a reminder of memories for Iranian citizens and our armed forces. During the Holy Defense, when I was a teenager of 16 or 17 years old, I was present on the war fronts. This mask, which has a scary appearance, is one of the items we carried in different areas even behind the front."
Kanaani said: "Saddam's regime did not have any obstacles in using weapons and chemical bombs, during the war backed by the Western governments, including the German government."
In response to a question about the human rights resolution against Iran, the spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: "The statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs was published and Iran will not have any cooperation with this politically-motivated committee and the Islamic Republic voluntarily fulfills its responsibility and such actions will not help human rights."
The spokesman of the Foreign Ministry said about the attack on the Zionist oil tanker: "Falsely accusing Iran is the goal of the Zionist regime and other allies, and if Iran does something, it is brave enough to take responsibility for it."
The Spokesman of Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said elsewhere that there was documented evidence that indicated the West's interventions to guide the recent unrest in Iran.
Kanaani told reporters that the Western missions in Iran, including the US interest section, about the intervention of their countries in the unrest that broke out in Iran.
Kanaani said that a number of nationals of different countries were present in the riots, and there was a lot of evidence in this regard that has been provided to their respective states.
Kanaani made the remarks as earlier the Western states adopted a resolution in UN Human Rights Council by virtue of which a fact-finding committee was supposed to investigate the unrest in Iran.
He further said: "About fifty attacks on our embassies happened, including in England which has a black history of attacking our embassy in London."
Despite the fact that the countries are supposed to protect the diplomatic missions and their personnel, they let the politically-motivated rebels intrude on Iran's diplomatic sites without doing anything to prevent them, Kanaani noted.
The Iranian MFA spokesman noted: "The very TV networks that have been turned into war chambers are based in the very [Western] countries advocating human rights."
Unrest and brawls were instigated under the pretext of a Mahsa Amini, 22, who died due to a sudden heart attack in a police center in Tehran on Tuesday, September 13, after being taken there for violation of dress codes along with some other women.
The rioters destroyed public property, even ambulances, and set fire to houses and mosques and people in the streets. They carried out armed attacks in some cities, including Isfahan.
The rioters damaged public property. They even attack ambulances and set fire to them.