Tehran, Nov 16 (Prensa Latina) Australia has joined a list of countries warned of interference in Iran’s internal affairs after the local foreign ministry summoned its ambassador here today.
The diplomatic appointment comes after Anthony Albanese, the country’s prime minister, accused the Persian nation of human rights violations by suppressing violent protests since last September 16 following the death of young Iranian Mahsa Amini.
Announcing the measure on Wednesday, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanani said, “It seems that the Prime Minister of Australia has adopted a wrong approach based on misinformation, which does not help relations between the two countries.”
Australia lacks even the slightest moral legitimacy to lecture on human rights, he said, noting that its record ranges from the massacre of refugees to the murder of 500 Aboriginal people in the country’s prisons and the ban on professional investigation into such cases. Has happened. ,
Kanani reiterated that the Islamic Republic is prepared to provide the Australian government with the correct narrative, away from media controversy and about ongoing events in Iran, adding, “With mutual respect, you can avoid any damage to diplomatic relations.” ”
He accused the Australian government of applying human rights double standards while remaining silent and harboring anti-Ran terrorist groups and separatist cells prior to the 26 October terrorist attack on Shiraz (south-west Iran).
With these statements, Canberra has joined the list of Western countries that attack Iran and urge tough measures against the Arab country.
Since the protests began, Iranian officials have condemned the direct role of the United States, Israel and their allies in the riots and warned that they are using the riots to fuel terrorist acts, such as the recent The same occurred in the city of Shiraz, which killed at least 15 civilians, including children.