19 Apr 2024
Friday 1 March 2024 - 16:13
Story Code : 416569
Source : IRNA

Iran’s envoy slams Germany for anti-Iran remarks

The Iran Project : The representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations in Geneva has criticized Germany for anti-Iran remarks about human rights.
representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations in Geneva
representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations in Geneva
According to The Iran Project,In reaction to the anti-Iran remarks made by the German foreign minister in the 55th high-level session of the Human Rights Council on February 27, Hamid Ahmadi rejected the allegations against Iran, saying that Germany has a history full of widespread human rights violations both inside and outsides of its borders.

These days, such a history and memories have been revived for the Iranian people and the international community with the support of the country's high-ranking officials for the crimes of the Israeli occupation forces in the occupied Palestinian territories, he added.

Ahmadi further noted that as the occupying Israeli forces brutally bombed homes, hospitals, and humanitarian infrastructure in Gaza, the Chancellor of Germany traveled to Tel Aviv and expressed his support for such atrocities.

While the international community is in shock and horror over the deaths of thousands of Palestinian children, the German foreign minister travels to Tel Aviv to express his support for the deaths of thousands of Palestinian children and the Zionist regime's crimes.

German leaders who claim to defend women's and girls' rights have approved financial, military, and political aid in support of the Israeli regime while thousands of Palestinian women and girls have been killed or forced to migrate because of Israel's brutal bombings in Gaza and other parts of Palestine, he highlighted.

While all human infrastructure, hospitals, and schools in Gaza have been destroyed and every living thing in this region of the world is being killed by occupying Israeli forces, German leaders support the regime after the International Court of Justice ruled against Israel to stop genocide in Palestine, he said.

Germany with such a history has lost the moral, human, and political credibility of membership in the Human Rights Council, he said, concluding that with such approaches, Germany cannot speak or make recommendations about human rights in other countries, including Iran.
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