Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Nasser Kanani has rejected a G7 statement accusing Iran of transferring drones to Russia for use in Ukraine, calling it a “destabilizing activity” after Masa Amini’s death. criticized.
On Wednesday, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Nasser Kanani strongly condemned and rejected recent statements by the Group of Seven (G7) countries regarding Iran’s latest developments.
The foreign ministers of the G7, made up of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States, issued a statement after meeting in Germany on November 4 about what they called a crackdown on the protests that followed Mercer. blamed Iran. Death of Amini.
A G7 statement condemned Iran for what it described as “destabilizing activities”, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said Russia had deployed about 2,500 strike drones purchased from Iran. He then criticized the country for allegedly transferring drones to Russia for use in the Ukraine war.
Kanani said IRNA It added that all these claims were unsubstantiated and fabricated, and that the G7 statement violated the UN Charter.
Kanani said the G7 statement was effectively promoting riots and terrorist attacks in Iran, adding that those who made the statement should be held accountable for their stance.
Diplomats said a majority of G7 members even refused to condemn the October 26 terrorist attack in the southern city of Shiraz, indicating that G7 members divide terrorism into good and evil. , he said, showed a contradiction in what he said and did. Added.
Kanani added that Iran has always been committed to its obligations under the 2015 nuclear deal and is ready to reach a revival agreement that guarantees the rights of its citizens.
The spokesperson stressed Iran’s efforts to promote peace and stability in the region and stressed that any accusations against Iran on regional issues are completely denied.