Iran condemns approved plan of Canadian House of Commons
Tehran, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qasemi condemned on Wednesday an approved plan to restrict relations with Iran as well as claims and accusations against Iranian military bodies in Canadian House of Commons.
According to the report of Foreign Ministry Media Department, Qasemi expressed displeasure for such unconstructive act by the House of Commons of Canada, and said that although the plan is in primary phase and it takes time to become law, so in case of final approval, undoubtedly, it would be strategic and basic mistake with devastating consequences.
Proposing such a plan caused by lack of enough and accurate information of Canadian lawmakers from logical and transparent stances of Iran in confrontation with ominous phenomenon of terrorism.
He pointed out that Iranians were victim of violent terrorism supported by a number of foreign countries over past decades, so considering moral principles and cultural teachings of Iranians in parallel with growth of extremism and terrorism in the region and world, they were pioneers in fight against such inauspicious phenomenon and world public opinion will never accept such false and baseless accusation against Iran on support for terrorism.
The spokesman warned against worrying consequences of such baseless and uncalculated plans, and expressed the hope that the Canadian government by full awareness on Iran's clear policies and with having understanding for important situations of world and the region would prevent final approval of the plan and its devastating effect on relations between the two countries.
Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA