Iranian UN envoy warns of new resolution aftermaths
Iranian ambassador to the UN Mohammad Khazaei in a letter warned the UN General Assembly of the consequences of another draft resolution imposed against Iran, ISNA reported on Wednesday.
The draft resolution was circulated by the U.S. and Saudi Arabia to UN Secretariat Wednesday. The draft accuses Iran of involvement in a plot aimed to assassinate Saudi envoy to Washington.
Khazaei called the resolution "unprecedented" and "a dangerous move" which according to him is not acceptable and violates the dignity of the organization.
He stressed, "The U.S. aims to practice its narrow-minded policies through the UN General Assembly by offering the resolution which is based on false allegation."
He warned pursing such issue would weaken the role and capability of the UN General Assembly.
Khazaei called the action a "threat for regional and international security."
Referring to his letter sent to UN officials on October 11, khazaei stressed Iran's disagreements with any terrorist actions in any forms.
He called on the President of UN General Assembly to circulate the letter of Iran's envoy in the organization.