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Today: Tuesday, June 19, 2018 |
Iran and Switzerland have held a fresh round of their bilateral political negotiations in ‎Tehran.‎
President of the Islamic Republic of Iran welcomed development of relations between Tehran and Doha and stressed that there is no obstacle on the way of development of relations with the friend and brother country of Qatar and that Tehran will still stand by Doha.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi says Tehran welcomes the extension of truce between ‎the Afghan government and the Taliban militants, adding that the Islamic Republic is happy with the ‎decision. ‎
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has categorically condemned the ‎recent bomb attack in Afghanistan.‎
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has felicitated the Iranian people on the national football teams victory over Morocco in its first match in the FIFA World Cup.
In a message to congratulate Eid al-Fitr to the great Iranian nation, President Rouhani praised Iranian nation’s historic presence in International Quds Day demonstrations in defending the right causes of the oppressed people of Palestine and wrote: “I believe that with God’s help, Palestinian land will return back to its real owners”.
The Foreign Minister of the Democratic Republic of Congo Jean-Claude Gakosso has held talks with Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister Morteza Sarmadi in Tehran
President of the Islamic Republic of Iran referred to the potentials and capabilities in Iran and Malaysia and stressed the importance of tapping them to further develop and deepen Tehran-Kuala Lumpur relations
Saudi state media outlet al-Arabiya manipulated the translation of a video to claim that a former Iranian Member of Parliament admitted to Iran having a role in the September 11th terrorist attacks. Unfortunately, some U.S. media subsequently picked up on the al-Arabiya broadcast and without questioning or investigating its veracity, repeated that claim as fact.
Mr. President, At the outset, I would like to express my appreciation to the Polish Presidency for organizing this debate. I would also like to thank the briefers for their input in our today’s debate. I align myself with the statement made earlier by the representative of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela on behalf of the Movement of Non-Aligned Countries.
Statement by H.E. Mr. Gholamali Khoshroo Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations Security Council Open Debate “Upholding International Law Within the Context of the Maintenance of International Peace and Security” New York, 17 May 2018
Statement by H.E. Mr. Gholamali Khoshroo Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations at the Ambassadorial level meeting of the OIC New York- 16 May 2018 At the outset, allow me to express my gratitude to the Permanent Mission of Turkey for convening this important meeting. I also commend the state of Kuwait for the initiative to call for the emergency meeting of the Security Council, yesterday, to consider the current situation in Gaza. Mr. Chairman, Distinguished Colleagues After 7 decades and due to negligence and silence of international community, Israeli regime’s brutal policies and practices toward Palestinian people continue to violate the fundamental human rights and dignity of the Palestinian people and other Arabs living under its occupation. Meanwhile, this week, which mark 70 years since the tragic Nakba of the Palestinian people in 1948, the military aggression against peaceful protesters of Palestinian civilian in Gaza, have led to yet another massacre by Israeli regime.
When the world cries over the massacre of dozens and the injuring of thousands of innocent unarmed Palestinian civilian protesters, including women and children, and while the Security Council has convened an emergency meeting to address this terrible crime, the United States Permanent Representative chose to talk about Iran, and NOT the Israeli regime’s appalling crimes. The United States Permanent Representative leveled tired and nonsensical allegations against Iran simply to distract from the global call to put an immediate end to the brutal mass murder in Gaza.
Mr. President, Maintaining international peace and security, and preventing and removing threats to peace constitute the very raison dêtre of our organization. Thus, a renewed focus on peacebuilding and sustaining peace is of singular importance in light of the tensions that we currently face, particularly in our region, which has suffered the most from lingering conflicts
n the Name of God, the most Compassionate the most Merciful Mr. President, At the beginning, I convey my Delegation’s appreciation to Peru for convening this open debate on the situation in the Middle East, including the Question of Palestine, at this critical juncture for Palestine and the Middle East.
Permanent Representatives of US and UK, during the Security Council open briefing on Yemen on 17 April 2018 repeated their derogatory allegations about Iran to cover up their own role in the disastrous situation created in Yemen. Iran categorically rejects those allegations as baseless propaganda. The fact is that the war of aggression of Saudi Arabia in Yemen is the main underlying reason for the escalation of the crisis. It is regrettable that Saudi Arabia and its war mongers supporters, as the main party responsible for such a catastrophic humanitarian situation, are trying to cover up their shameful crimes by introducing false charges against others or trying to spread the crisis beyond Yemens borders. US and UK are enjoying a blood business in Yemen now. US is not only supplying bombs to Saudi planes to target civilians but recently has developed its role to formally participating in the planning this inhumane war too. US and UK complicity in the creation of the worst humanitarian crisis in the world in Yemen is reprehensible and immeasurable.
26 Feb 2018- Today US and UK attempted to misuse Security Council procedures to advance their political agenda and put the blame of all happens in Yemen on Iran, by pushing an unwarranted draft resolution.
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