Iran summons French ambassador to protest France’s ‘interference’

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Iran summons French ambassador to protest France’s ‘interference’

Iran today summoned the chargé d’affaires of the French embassy, ​​Florent Aidalo, to protest France’s “interference”

Iran today summoned the charge d’affaires of the French embassy, ​​Florent Aidalo, to protest France’s “interference” in its internal affairs, as Paris condemned the “violent suppression” of protests over the death of Makhsa Amini.

Tehran “rejects and categorically condemns the interference of the French Foreign Ministry and some French officials in Iran’s internal affairs, using false interpretations,” the Iranian Foreign Ministry said. “In response to the participation of three French officials in demonstrations in Paris and the ridiculous initiative of Charlie Hebdo magazine, the charge d’affaires of the French embassy in Tehran was summoned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs,” the statement added.

“The statement of the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs aims to acquit the rioters who had no other purpose than to destroy public property and people’s lives and goods,” Tehran asserts.

Paris on Monday condemned the crackdown on protests in Iran, noting that it was examining with European partners “the options available” to react to “these new massive violations of women’s rights and human rights” by Tehran. He also called on Iran to stop the “violent repression” and fully respect its international commitments as well as guarantee freedom of assembly and freedom of expression, especially on the Internet.

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