Publish date22 Jun 2024 - 9:32
Story Code : 639995

Iran vows Canada’s blacklisting of IRGC will bear no fruit

The spokesman for Iran’s Foreign Ministry stressed Canada’s designation of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist group stressing that the unlawful act will bear no fruit.
Iran vows Canada’s blacklisting of IRGC will bear no fruit
In a social media post on Friday, Nasser Kan'ani said the Canadian government's move against the IRGC is not under recognized principles of international law and will bear no fruit.

It is not strange that the agents and allies of the Israeli regime designate the world's largest anti-terror force as a terrorist group at a time when the criminal regime is conducting the largest genocide against the people of Palestine in Gaza, he wrote.

"History and awakened human consciences will remember these self-proclaimed defenders of human rights and real accomplices to crimes against humanity along with the Zionist criminals and terrorists," the Iranian spokesman said.

Kan'ani expressed confidence that the IRGC will become more powerful and honorable and will remain a "thorn in the eyes of the enemies of Iran and Islam."

In a hostile move against Iran, Canada's Public Safety Minister Dominic LeBlanc Ottawa on Wednesday listed the IRGC as a “terrorist entity” under the Criminal Code and called on Canadians in Iran to leave.

Last month, the Canadian House of Commons adopted a non-binding resolution calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government to blacklist the IRGC and expel an estimated 700 Iranians.

The move makes Canada the second country in North America after the United States to blacklist the IRGC.

Iran’s Interim Foreign Minister Ali Bagheri Kani said on Thursday that the Canadian government’s move against the IRGC was a senseless gift to the bloodthirsty Israeli regime, terrorists and enemies of peace and stability in West Asia.

His comment came after Kan'ani in a statement said that Iran reserves the right to reciprocate with a "proper” response to Canada's unlawful act.
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