Iran urges Western countries to be cautious in actions
Azerbaijan, Baku, November 30 / Trend, T. Jafarov /
Ali Larijani, Speaker of the Parliament of Iran, recommends Western countries being attentive in their actions on Iran.
That is how Larijani answered question of whether Iran plans to revise its links with France in the way it restrained its links with the UK. Larijani was speaking at a press conference in Tehran, Iranian news channel IRINN reported.
"We passed the bill of restriction of links with the UK in the Parliament to show them that the Iranian people won't turn a blind eye to their hostile attacks. So we also recommend other countries being attentive in their actions," Larijani reported.
"Official Paris thinks tough sanctions should be imposed against Iran to make the Islamic Republic take a strategic decision to join talks and observe its international commitments," said Bernard Valero, the Spokesman for the French Foreign Ministry.
The Iranian Parliament earlier took decision to restrain diplomatic and economic ties with the UK.
The majority of MPs approved the bill that envisions expulsion of the UK Ambassador from the country within two weeks. In the early November, the UK announced it imposed sanctions against Iran.
If the UK reconsiders its policy Iran will be able to explore the opportunity of normalization of relations with this country, Larijani said.