Foreign Ministry deplores suspicious Revolution Rally Day image

IRNA – Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs has denounced some recent post published on the social media, depicting an alleged picture taken during the Revolution Day Rally in Iran, calling it a ‘suspicious image’.

“The Iranian government and people disapprove the publication of such a suspicious image gone viral on the social media,” Bahram Qasemi said on Friday.

Qasemi said that the picture, aimed at ties between Iran and Kuwait, depicts an unreal image and idea.

“Iran remains to have good ties with its neighbors and the publication of such images on the social media that tend to insult heads and officials of neighboring countries tends to be suspicious and imprudent,” he said.

The foreign ministry spokesman also said that clearly the United States and Zionist statesmen remain to be the enemy of the Iranian people, and sure enough they are going to see the reaction of the Iranian people against their greed and aggressive nature.

“What has been done has nothing to do with the good ties and the friendly constructive messages exchanged between the two nations,” Qasemi said.

“Neither does it have anything to do with the ideals of the Islamic Revolution to achieve solidarity of the Islamic Ummah,” he said.

More than 6,000 Iranian and foreign reporters, photographers and cameramen attended the 38th anniversary victory day rallies in Iran to cover the national event.