Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has strongly denounced a meddlesome resolution adopted by the US House of Representatives regarding the recent riots in Iran.
In a statement on Wednesday, Qassemi said, "The interventionist resolution passed by the US Congress is rejected, and is completely reprehensible and unacceptable.”
He said the US government’s interference in other countries’ internal affairs is unwise, illogical and against international norms and regulations.
"Actions such as the adoption of this resolution as well as the hostile comments and moves by that country’s government against the noble Iranian nation, which emanate from US rulers’ acquisitive and domineering nature, have always been known to wise Iranian people, and are undoubtedly a failed policy," said Qassemi.
"Such repeated, theatrical and politically-tainted resolutions show the nature of the meddlesome US regime, which the great Iranian nation has witnessed time and again over the past decade," he said.
"On the one hand, the US government, in a hypocritical move and by chanting utterly false slogans, claims to be supporting Iranian people, and on the other hand, taunts the civilized Iranian nation by imposing unfair sanctions, barring Iranian nationals from entering that country, and showing other malicious behaviours," Qassemi noted.
"But US authorities need to learn once more that the ever-glorious Iranian nation is keeping a close watch on such policies, double standards and hostile approaches [adopted by Washington] against their country, and if need be, will respond to such injudicious actions in due time," the spokesman underlined.