Iran envoy at UN reacts to anti-Tehran resolution on human rights

Ambassador and Deputy Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations Zahra Ershadi has described anti-Iran resolution on human rights as partial and unconstructive.


According to Ashura News, quoted by the IRNA news agency, Those who approved such a statement are the main supporters of racism and occupation, so it is better for them to not sermonize others on the issue of human rights, Ershadi said on Friday in response to anti-Iran resolution.

Ershadi went on to say that 100 countries did not accept the resolution, so it seems that time has come for representatives of those states to protest against the so-called human right advocates who have termed themselves as heroes in order to deprive independent countries of freedom through pressure, deceit, and false information.

Just a look at names of supporters of anti-Iran resolution, which are US, Canada, Zionist regime of Israel, and certain Western states, reveals that those who are racists and occupiers and commit brutal crime against indigenous people have come together to preach others on human rights, she noted.  

The West may keep silent on Canada's horrific crimes, but history will never forget that thousands of indigenous children have been under sexual harm then killed and their bodies have been found after in a country which is so-called land of freedom, she underlined.

She then stressed that supporters of such a resolution are keen to use the issue of human right as a tool and take advantage of it.

As she underlined, the Islamic Republic of Iran from the outset of formation of such a resolution has explicitly denounced it like what the country did to the previous resolutions.


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