Azerbaijan, Baku, Dec.1 / Trend D.Khatinoglu/
Iranian police prevented eleven foreign ambassadors in Iran to visit the stormed British Embassy, Fars News Agency reported.
Russia, Switzerland, Poland, Hungary, New Zealand, Cyprus, Finland, the Czech Republic and some other countries' diplomats and ambassadors visited the British embassy.
According to the report, Iranian police prevented them to go to the embassy and ask them to get official permission from the Iranian government to visit the embassy.
On Tuesday, a group of protesters broke away from a crowd of a few hundred outside the main British embassy compound in Tehran, scaled the gates, broke the locks and went inside.
The group pulled down the British flag, burned it and put up the Iranian flag instead. Some took a framed picture of Queen Elizabeth.
Police appeared to have cleared the demonstrators from the front of the main embassy compound, but later clashed with protesters and fired tear gas to try to disperse them. Protesters nevertheless entered the compound a second time, before once again leaving.
The U.N. Security Council, Russia, China, the U.S. and some other countries condemned the attacks 'in the strongest terms'. U.S. President Barack Obama called on Iran to hold those responsible to account. The British government was not available to comment on the reported withdrawal of embassy staff from Iran.
Great British closed its embassy in Tehran and requested from Iran to call back his diplomats from the United Kingdom.