Iranian diplomat: Shahid’s report on Iran not fair and reliable
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
New York, Oct 20, IRNA -- Ambassador and Deputy Head of the Iranian Mission at the United Nations Es'haq Ale-Habib described on Thursday Ahmad Shahid's (United Nations Special Rapporteur on Human Rights in Iran) report on Iran as unfair and unreliable.
“Shahid’s report on Iran’s human rights record is unjust, incredible and unreliable,” he said.
Ale-Habib made the remarks at the UN General Assembly’s Committee for Human Rights and Social Affairs and explained Iran’s principal viewpoints about human rights and Shahid’s report on Iran.
He illustrated the newly adopted resolution by the UN Human Rights Council on which the special rapporteur was assigned as the outcome of the US and its European allies’ unilateral approach with many political aspirations.
“The United States as the main enemy of Iran will not cease to mislead and delude world community with forgeries and false reports, “he added.
The diplomat said America had better to look at his dark history of human rights violations not only within the country but also all over the world by killing thousands of innocent people especially youths and children.
Ale-Habib also depicted the report as hasty, imbalanced, groundless, unilateral, exaggeration and based on weak and old sources to apparently mislead the UN system of human rights.
Islamic Republic News Agency/IRNA NewsCode: 30621434
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