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Iran raps any UN resolution on US ploy

Saudi Arabias UN delegation submitted a draft resolution to the 193-member General Assembly to deplore an alleged plot by Iran to assassinate the Saudi Arabian ambassador to Washington. The draft resolution was recorded at the UN Secretariat and circulated on Tuesday. 

Irans Ambassador to the UN Mohammad Khazaei said the draft resolution was an “unprecedented, dangerous and unacceptable” initiative which would discredit the UN General Assembly. 

The presentation of the draft resolution, which has merely been based on false claims against another UN member state, shows that the US pursues nothing but to promote its own short-sighted objectives by using the General Assembly as a tool, Khazaei pointed out. 

He cautioned that instead of promoting convergence and solidarity between member states, the UN General Assembly, as a major UN body, may turn into a venue to make unfounded claims and to present numerous draft resolutions about other hostile issues. 

The Iranian envoy emphasized that those who submitted the draft resolution have violated all the UN norms. 

He also said that the continuation of such approaches would undoubtedly undermine the role, capability and credit of the UN General Assembly. 

Khazaei once again expressed the Islamic Republics opposition to all types of acts of terror and called on countries which submitted the anti-Iran draft resolution to remain committed to the Convention 1973.

He noted that the accusations have been made by a government which has supported many terrorist operations against Iran, on which, solid documents have been presented to the UN. 

On October 11, the US Justice Department accused Iran of plotting to assassinate Saudi Arabias Ambassador to Washington Adel al-Jubeir, with help from a man suspected of being a member of a Mexican drug cartel. 

Tehran says the media hype fabricated by Washington is an attempt to deflect attention from the anti-corruption and anti-corporatism protests currently going on in the United States. 

The anti-corporatism protests against corporate and banking corruption, poverty and social inequity erupted in New York in mid-September and have since spread to many major cities across the US. 


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