Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 28 / Trend D.Khatinoglu/
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman
Ramin Mehmanparast voiced attitude to U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's statement on the country's plans to open "virtual embassy in Iran".
Mehmanparast said the U.S. is confused in foreign relations, particularly with powerful and independent Iran, Mehr reported.
"Clinton has not clear and accurate knowledge about Iran's issue," Mehr quoted Mehmapnparast.
The United States plans to open a "virtual embassy" for Iran that will give Iranians online information about visas and student exchange programs despite the lack of formal diplomatic ties, Clinton said on Wednesday, BBC reported.
Clinton said the "virtual embassy" web site would be open by the end of the year and it would provide Iranians with information on visas and other programs.
Mehmanparast stated that it is better for the U.S. to stop violence against the "
Occupy Wall Street" movement, interfere and occupy the countries, rather that charging Iran.
The "Occupy Wall Street" demonstration run in more than 70 cities of the U.S., and hundreds of people have been arrested during last month.
The United States broke formal diplomatic relations with Tehran in 1980 following the Iran hostage crisis, and ties have remained tense amid disputes over Iran's nuclear program and U.S. charges that Iran is the most active state sponsor of terrorism around the world.