European Embassies Warned Over Interference in Iran Internal Affairs
IRAN NEWS NATIONAL DESK
TEHRAN – Deputy Chief of Judiciary for International Affairs announced Tehran’s protest against the interference of some European embassies in Iran’s internal affairs.
Speaking in the meeting of Supreme council of Judiciary, Ali Baqeri said, “If the European embassies know anything about justice and fairness, they should at least observe diplomatic etiquette and not spread lies like an opposition group.”
Baqeri added that external pressures will neither blunt the justice sharp blade of the Iranian judiciary nor downsize the wide umbrella of Islamic mercy.
He further said European countries cannot defend human rights as they are committed to the U.S. coercion which has imposed the cruel sanctions against Iranian nation who is being punished just for defending their rights while it does not let even the nation have access to medicines.
He blasted the Westerns who question implementation of sharia laws in Iran and protests over lack of fair trial while several people in Palestine and Yemen are killed with French, German, British and Swedish weapons without any trial.
He added that Iranian nation will never let anyone to interfere in its internal affairs, adding that Iranian nation has paid a heavy price for protecting its independence in the past four decades and today it stands bravely against interference of foreigners.
Along with the judiciary, the Iranian Foreign Ministry announced its protest to European countries against disrupting the independence of the judiciary and interference in the internal affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
He noted that European countries, who have a long experience in supporting dictators and sales of weapons of mass destruction to Saddam Hussein and imposing embargo on food and medicines, cannot take the gesture of human rights defender.
Meanwhile yesterday, Ministry of Foreign Affairs has summoned the German Ambassador over meddlesome tweets of the embassy.
According to a statement by the Ministry, the director-general of the body for European affairs has strongly condemned the non-diplomatic measure of the German Embassy as interference in Iran’s internal affairs.
Interfering in the laws and judiciary processes of the Islamic Republic is not acceptable and will not be tolerated, added the official, urging the embassy to acknowledge its diplomatic duties and do not act beyond them.
The envoy, for his part, said that he will reflect the Ministry’s protest to Berlin.