Publish date24 May 2022 - 17:39
Story Code : 550808

Iran slams silence of int'l community vis-a-vis Zionists' crimes

The spokesman for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs called that the indifference of the international community to the repeated aggressions of the Zionist Regime and the blatant violation of all international laws has made its leaders more courageous and unrestrained.
Iran slams silence of int

On Tuesday, Saeed Khatibzadeh added: "The overt and covert support of the US regime plays an important role in increasing the audacity and obscenities of the Zionist occupying regime, so that not only the occupation of the Syrian Golan Heights continues, but also it frequently attacks the infrastructure of the Syrian government and people with air and missile attacks."

Khatibzadeh noted: "In recent years, during the Syrian crisis, the Israeli Air Force has usually played the role of the air force of terrorist groups in Syria, and whenever the Syrian army and allied forces defeat these groups, the Israeli planes immediately take action and carry out aggressive attacks."
The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran emphasized: "The Islamic Republic of Iran, by condemning the aggressive actions of the Zionist regime, emphasizes the need for an appropriate and decisive response to these aggressions, both in the battlefield and in international forums."
Khatibzadeh also said about some news published in the media regarding the provisions of the peace agreement between the Republic of Azerbaijan and the Republic of Armenia: "Iran supports the settlement of this dispute in accordance with recognized principles of international law, including respect for territorial integrity, sovereignty and the rights of all residents of the region."
Regarding the actions of the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to resolve the dust crisis through diplomacy and international forums, as well as interaction with neighboring countries, Khatibzadeh said: "In less than two months, with the occurrence and intensification of the dust crisis in Iran and neighboring countries, the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has put cooperation with neighboring countries on the agenda to expand regional participation and finally implement regional arrangements to combat dust."
The spokesman for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs went on to say that on the international stage, Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in recent years, in the UN General Assembly, the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and other international bodies has drafted and adopted resolutions specifically addressing dust and the need for regional cooperation to address environmental issues, including dust.
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