Iran won't cooperate with UN fact-finding mission: Kanaani
ISNA - Iranian Students' News Agency
Mon / 28 November 2022 / 16:38
Tehran (ISNA) - Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani announced that Tehran won't have any cooperation with a fact-finding mission which is supposed to be set up based on the vote of the Human Rights Council regarding the recent developments in Iran.
Speaking at a weekly press conference on Monday, Kanaani answered a question about a recent anti-Iranian resolution issued at the UN Human Rights Council and said, "As Iran has officially announced, it will not cooperate with this political committee under the title of the fact-finding mission".
"Within the framework of its national responsibilities, the Islamic Republic has formed a national committee with the presence of experts, lawyers, and official and unofficial representatives, in the sense that it believes in its inherent and national responsibility," he added.
"Iran is carrying out its duties in this regard," the spokesman went on to say.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Kanaani pointed to the attack on the oil tanker of the Zionist regime, which the Zionists accused Iran of and rejected these accusations.
"False accusations against Iran are the goal of the Zionist regime and its other allies and if Iran does something, it is brave enough to take responsibility for it," he said.
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