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    Iran sends a strong protest message against Saudi Arabia to the Security Council

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     Iran sends a strong protest message against Saudi Arabia to the Security Council Empty Iran sends a strong protest message against Saudi Arabia to the Security Council

    Post by Rocky Wed 08 Nov 2017, 2:23 am

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    The Islamic Republic of Iran sent a letter of strong protest to the Security Council and the Secretary-General of the United Nations on what it described as Saudi provocations, rejecting charges of Riyadh to provide the Houthis in Yemen with rockets.
    "Saudi accusations of sending missiles to Yemen could lead to further destabilization and chaos in the region," Tehran said in a letter obtained by Trend Press.
    The Saudi message called for the cessation of the language of threat and the cessation of the use of the language of force, restraint and arbitration of the mind rather than threats and incitement, and called on the United Nations to oblige Riyadh to respect the international rights and principles of the Charter of the United Nations.
    Iran's UN representative, Ghulam Ali Khoshro, said in the letter that Tehran condemned the Saudi accusations against it and considered it unfounded.
    The letter considered the statements to be arrogant and provocative and constitute a flagrant violation of Articles 2 and 4 of the Charter of the United Nations, adding that they constitute a threat of the use of force by Riyadh against Tehran.
    Tehran said in its letter that the Saudi statements aimed to divert the attention of world public opinion on "the Saudi aggression on Yemen."
    "Saudi Arabia commits war crimes in Yemen, violates human rights, and the world must hold Riyadh responsible for all crimes in Yemen," the letter said, adding that the closure of all air, sea and sea ports has compounded the humanitarian disaster in a country suffering from cholera.
    The representative of Iran at the United Nations that there are no military solutions to the crisis in Yemen, calling for a peaceful solution through the launch of a political process with the participation of all Yemeni parties.
    "The Iranian regime's involvement in supplying its Huthi militias with missiles is a direct military aggression by the Iranian regime," Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman said, adding that it could amount to an act of war against Saudi Arabia.
     


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