(IRNA) - Iranian Foreign Ministry in a note to the rotating head of the European Union about human rights violation in some European states called for effective measures to stop such violations in these countries.
A report released by the Foreign Ministry Media Department said that the note expressed regret over the disastrous human rights condition in France leading to resumption of street clashes, imposition of martial law in some French cities facing labor crisis, attacks on Sorbonne University, the horrible condition of prisons, intensive violence of police, torture of prisoners and wrong decisions about migrants, reports Trend.
It also pointed to anxieties over the current terrible situation of the judicial and social system of France.
Turning to the growing trend of cases of human rights violations in britain over recent years, the note said that the inspector of Britain's prisons has referred to the critical situation of several British jails in her report.
Islamophobia in French and British schools is another item referred to in the note.
It expressed Iran's worries about the condition of Muslim minorities residing in European countries and called on European Union to stop such insults to Islam and Muslims in EU member countries.
The note also called for facilitating the presence of Muslim women, who are dressed according to Islamic code, in various sections of community within the framework of civic and political laws.