Iran’s Foreign Ministry has urged Canada to observe professionalism instead of making wrongful claims about the tragic incident early last year that featured the mistaken downing of a Ukrainian airliner in Iran.
Iran has warned Canada to be accountable for its role as the prime abettor of the US’s sanctions against the Islamic Republic rather than throw irresponsible and groundless blames at the country under the guise of human rights advocacy.
Frontline health care workers and residents of long-term care homes received the first COVID-19 vaccines in Canada this week, marking what officials said is the beginning of the end of the pandemic that brought the world to a halt.
Iran’s Judiciary chief said Monday the issue of human rights has turned into a tool at the hands of certain Western states to mount pressure on independent countries that do not fall in line with their policies.
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.
Plastic pollution is everywhere. It fills our rivers, lakes, and oceans and harms the wildlife that call those places home. Canadians want their governments to take action on plastic pollution to protect the environment and grow the economy.
Canada plans to bring in more than 1.2 million new immigrants over the next three years, the federal immigration minister said, as the country tries to fill gaps in its labor market and boost the economy, both hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Iranian Police Commander Brigadier General Hossein Ashtari assailed Canada for declining to arrest a former top Iranian banker who has fled to that country after committing a massive fraud, saying Iran had notified the Canadian police of the whereabouts of Mahmoud-Reza Khavari.