Iran has condemned a UN resolution, prepared and proposed by Canada, as a rehash of “groundless” claims about the Islamic Republic’s human rights situation, saying it instead proves the “hypocrisy” of the “notorious” group of countries that voted for it.
Iranian lawmakers on Sunday denounced a resolution the International Atomic Energy Agency's Board of Governors passed Friday, saying the document is another indication of "structural discrimination" within the UN atomic watchdog.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined that the 2015 Iran nuclear deal is part of the UN Security Council’s Resolution 2231, adding that it would not exist without the nuclear agreement.
The UN General Assembly has demanded equal access for any future COVID-19 vaccine but its seeming unanimity was a fluke. The United States in fact opposed the resolution but acted too late to stop it, diplomats said Wednesday.
Iran pursues a policy to resolve differences with its Persian Gulf neighbors, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, “as quickly as possible”, Tehran’s ambassador to Iraq told the Iraqi state news agency in an interview published on Tuesday.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry denounced a resolution passed by the European Parliament, which accuses Tehran of mishandling the recent fuel price protests, arguing that the legislature’s account has been based on a set of twisted facts and unfounded documentation.
Iran's envoy to the UN denounced the US attempts to portray Tehran's conventional missile program as a breach of Security Council Resolution 2231 that endorsed a 2015 nuclear deal, saying Washington must first explain why it has, itself, violated that international document by abandoning the landmark agreement.
The Iranian Parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Committee in a statement on Wednesday condemned a United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) resolution which claims human rights violations in the country.