PGCC meddlesome remarks aim to disrupt Vienna talks: Iran

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh on Monday reacted to the Arab League’s interventionist remarks and described it as clumsy.

Referring to the destructive role of a few countries in the Arab League, he said that these statements are non-professional and irresponsible which come in line with their anti-Iranian statements and seek not to boost cooperation but to sabotage the technical dialogue process in Vienna.

He added the secretaries-general of these bodies should know that Iran is a member of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and its nuclear activities are all under the supervision of the IAEA’s safeguarding programs, and the development of this program will continue under the legitimate rights of the Islamic Republic of Iran in accordance with national interests and to meet peaceful requirements.

By avoiding valuing ignorance over the realities, these members should focus their concerns on the parties that violate the agreements and Resolution 2231, he highlighted.

He advised the secretaries-general of the League of Arab State to focus their attention on the military and illegal nuclear activities of the Zionist regime instead of aligning with the Zionist regime on constantly accusing the Islamic Republic of Iran.

They should focus their attention on the Zionist regime’s illegal military nuclear activities and consider the dangers of hundreds of nuclear warheads and lack of membership in the Non-Proliferation Treaty aka NPT as the greatest threat to peace, stability, and security in the region, he stressed.