Iranian Foreign Minister Ali-Akbar Salehi stormed London's anti-Iran policies in a meeting with his German counterpart German Foreign Minister, Guido Westerwelle, IRNA reported.
Western media on Sunday quoted Westerwelle as saying that Salehi had expressed regret over Iranian students' action against the UK Embassy in Tehran.
On Nov. 29, 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 embassy's building. The incident caused even more tensions between UK and Iran, as a result of which, embassies in both countries were closed.
Media had unilaterally reflected German Foreign Minister's quotes, without elaborating on Salehi's remarks.
According to IRNA, Iranian Foreign Minister voiced strong protest at British policies against Iran in the meeting. Western media censored the segment of discussions in the meeting relating to Salehi's strong criticism of British policies on Iran.
Salehi is in Germany to attend the second Bonn international conference on Afghanistan. Foreign ministers and senior representatives from 85 nations, as well as 16 international organizations attended the conference.
The first Bonn Conference (Bonn 1) was held in 2001, which resulted in forming first government after Taliban collapsed.
Edited by S. Isayev