Spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic
Republic Nasser Kanaani has underscored that ratification of a
Canada-proposed decision on the UN General Assembly is invalid
and illegitimate, Trend stories citing IRNA.
Kanaani stated on Friday that the voting for the anti-Iran
resolutions, which became a routine in recent times with the
assist of sure European international locations and the Zionist regime,
displays the hypocrisy of their initiators and they’re void and
The draft decision, which is being proposed by Canada every
yr beneath the pretext of human rights points, was voted for on
Thursday native time in New York, with solely 80 member states in
favor, 29 international locations in opposition to, and 65 others in abstention; so, the
variety of states, which haven’t voted for the decision, was 94
compared to solely 80 in favor.
The Iranian FM spokesman described the method of the
supporters of the decision in resorting to the worldwide
entities to place stress on the Islamic republic as a blatant signal
of misusing elegant values and ideas of human rights to pursue
shortsighted political aims.
As to the Western states’ try and comply with up Iranophobia and
psychological warfare in opposition to the Islamic Republic, he famous that
the promoters of the resolutions are violating underlying
rules of human rights all through the globe; thus, as an alternative of
exhibiting hypocritical sympathy with human rights in Iran, they’re
anticipated to cease backing financial terrorism of the United States
in opposition to the Iranian nation in addition to internet hosting terrorist teams.
The Islamic Republic has at all times been critical about upgrading
human rights and complying with its commitments beneath worldwide
rules, he stated, including that Iran is able to have
constructive negotiations to enhance human rights on the earth and
promote mutual respect, justice, and non-discrimination with the
use of all reputable mechanisms and in cooperation with international locations
eager on consolidating human rights for actual.