Iran’s Permanent Ambassador to UN here Wednesday emphasized Islamic Republic of Iran’s basic policy of refraining from interference in other countries’ internal affairs, adding, Tehran has no military, or financial interference abroad.
According to IRNA, Khaza’ie who was speaking at a press conference at the end of a UN Security Council meeting allocated to the challenges ahead for Afghanistan answered the questions posed by the world media reporters.
In response to a question, he rejected any type of military intervention of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Syria, arguing, “We have always supported the EU Special Envoy Kofi Annan’s six article plan as the best solution for the Syrian crisis, and favored putting an end to the cruelties and aggressions there.”
Khaza’ie emphasized, “For instance, Bahrain is our neighbor, but Tehran never interferes in that country’s internal affairs, but it is clear for everyone which country’s military forces are today stationed in Bahrain.”
Elsewhere in the press conference he criticized those who provide money and weapons for the opponents of the Syrian government, reiterating, “Forwarding weapons and money leads of boosting aggressions in that country and amid so much aggressive moves it is impossible to push forth the reforms in that country.”
Khaza’ie said that the countries opposed to Damascus government are sending arms and money into Syria, which is something they should seriously avoid, arguing, “If this sick process would be halted we can then hope for calm pursuit of the reforms trend.”
The permanent representative of Iran at the UN reiterated, “Tehran believes entire countries’ support for full implementation of Kofi Annan’s six point plan is the best path for exit from the ongoing crisis in Syria.”
In response to another question on Moscow negotiations, he reiterated, “Iran’s stands in those negotiations was quite transparent, serious, and along with offering clear solutions aimed at elimination of misconceptions.”
Khaza’ie promised to answer the media representatives’ questions on the Islamic Republic of Iran’s peaceful nuclear program at another press conference in near future.