Iran condemns G7 declaration against Iran as baseless, unfair
(MENAFN) Tehran strongly condemned the Group of Seven industrialized states' claim against Iran as unfounded, one-sided, and biased.
The declaration was issued in a meeting of the group's seven members on Tuesday in Germany. The group comprises Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
The group slammed Iran's “ballistic missile activity,” supported “limitation of Iran's nuclear program,” and charged Iran with “human rights breaches.”
Later on Tuesday, Nasser Kanani, the spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, said that the Islamic Republic strongly disagrees with the issuance of a declaration like this.
He added the declaration “deliberately ignores” the United States' withdrawal from the 2015 nuclear contract with Iran and other agreements, besides Washington's subsequent re-imposition of illegal bans on the Iranian people.
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