Saeed Khatibzadeh, spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran, today (Friday) reacted to the recent report and remarks of Javid Rahman, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, and said:
The Islamic Republic of Iran, rejecting the biased, biased report and full of biased and incorrect information and conclusions, Javid Rahman, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in Iran, emphasizes that a political and selective approach to human rights not only does not help to promote it. Slows down, but also destroys and undermines human rights.
A State Department spokesman added:
The Islamic Republic of Iran, while condemning the unilateral coercive measures, considers that the Special Rapporteur's failure to address the negative effects of these measures on the enjoyment of human rights is a sign of his neutrality and the incompleteness of his report to the 49th session of the Human Rights Council.
A spokesman for the diplomatic corps stressed:
The Islamic Republic of Iran has provided detailed comments on this report, which has been formally published by the UN Human Rights Council.
Rejecting the allegations and false allegations of the reporter, which are based on incorrect information received from biased sources, including terrorist and Western groups, Khatibzadeh emphasized:
Despite not accepting the mission of the Special Rapporteur and considering the resolution of the Human Rights Council as political, Iran has always expressed its views on his report. Unfortunately, this approach was honestly ignored by the reporter. Confirmation of the contract.
A State Department spokesman said:
While rejecting the dual and hypocritical approach of Western countries towards human rights, Iran is committed to supporting and promoting human rights in the world, and will continue to promote the human rights of its people despite the imposition of unilateral US coercive measures.