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The Iranian foreign minister has sent a letter to United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres, once again reminding the organization of its onerous task in the face of the Israeli regime’s "genocide" in the Gaza Strip.
António Guterres, the United Nations Secretary General called for an immediate end to Israel's war on Gaza and the dispatch of humanitarian aid to the encircled enclave.
Iran's Foreign Minister, in a telephone conversation with United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres, has strongly condemned the recent strikes on Yemen by the United States and the UK as illegal and a strategic mistake.
The Iranian envoy to the United Nations has warned Israel’s provocative measures pose a serious threat to regional peace and security.
Spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Ministry Nasser Kanaani has strongly condemned the adoption of a resolution by the United Nations General Assembly over the human rights situation in Iran, describing the move as a clear example of double standards and instrumental use of human rights by some Western countries to achieve illegitimate political objectives.
The spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry welcomed Antonio Guterres, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, utilizing his powers under Article 99 of the United Nations Charter to urge the UN Security Council to halt the Israeli regime's attacks in Gaza.
A senior Iranian diplomat says Iran is now facing no restrictions with regards to its missile activities given that the country is no longer facing any prohibitions in that sector.
Iran’s foreign minister, in a meeting with Secretary General of the United nations António Guterres, voiced Tehran’s support for any political solution that would put an end to the Israel’s genocide against Palestinians in Gaza.
Iran’s chief nuclear negotiator has announced that according to Security Council Resolution 2231, Iran is no longer the subject of any restrictions related to the transfer of ballistic missiles within the framework of the United Nations Security Council.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, in a meeting with UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres in New York, stressed the United Nations’ crucial role is to stop greedy powers in the world from dominating weaker nations.
Stéphane Dujarric, spokesman for the United Nations secretary-general, as well as spokesperson for the external affairs of the European Union Peter Stano have condemned the terrorist attack on a holy shrine in Iran’s southern city of Shiraz.
The Iranian foreign minister, in a letter to the United Nations Secretary General António Guterres, has warned against the continuation of defiling Islamic sanctities.
Secretary-General of Iran's High Council for Human Rights Kazem Gharibabadi has stressed that establishing an Independent International Fact-Finding Mission on Iran is an unreasonable politically motivated act.
Iran’s permanent representative to the UN office and other international organizations in Geneva Ali Bahraini has slammed as “biased” and "unfair" a report by the world body on the human rights situation in the Islamic Republic.
The Iranian permanent ambassador to the UN Amir Saeid Iravani has reiterated Iran’s right to respond to any act of aggression by the Israeli regime against Tehran’s nuclear program, warning that Iran will hold the US accountable for explicitly supporting such terrorist moves.
UN Under-Secretary for Humanitarian Affairs Martin Griffiths says he has held “constructive talks” with Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian on a range of topics, including the anti-Iran sanctions and the crisis in Afghanistan.
Iran’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations has sent a letter to António Guterres UN secretary-general and also to the head of the world body’s security council on the killing of two Iranian military advisors in an Israeli attack in Syria. Amir Saeid Iravani said that the crime is a flagrant violation of international law.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani has rejected as politically-motivated a human rights resolution against the Islamic Republic, adopted at the 52nd meeting of the UN Human Rights Council.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Naser Kanaani strongly condemned the approval of a resolution drafted by the United States to remove Iran from the UN Commission on the Status of Women (CSW). He described the move as political without legal basis.
An Iranian political expert says Iran’s diplomatic apparatus should take resolutions against Tehran seriously.
A US push for Iran to be removed from a UN women's body will be voted on Dec. 14, diplomats say. Tehran says Western countries lack the competence to decide about the issues pertaining to human rights in Iran.
The spokesman for the Iranian foreign ministry says Tehran, “will in no way cooperate with the UN fact-finding mission” over the recent protests and deadly riots in the country.
An Iranian political analyst warns against the consequences that any anti-Iran resolution may entail on the international stage, saying every such resolution is a step toward referral of the Islamic Republic’s case to the United Nations Security Council.
Reza Nasri, an expert on international affairs, says the recent anti-Iran resolution passed by the UN Human Rights Council has damaged Iran's reputation, warning about inaction on the part of the Islamic Republic.