Iran’s FM warns Borrell if EU provoke protesters with ‘hasty political measure’, Iran will reply
(MENAFN) Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian warned on Wednesday that if the European Union takes a “hasty political measure” that would trigger protesters in Iran, the Islamic Republic is going to reply accordingly.
Amir Abdollahian made the comments in a telephone discussion with EU foreign policy head Josep Borrell.
Amir Abdollahian assured that “If the European Union takes a hasty political measure based on baseless allegations in line with inciting rioters and terrorists who have targeted the lives and properties of the people of Iran, we will give a reciprocal response.”
Riots started in definite Iranian towns after Masha Amini, a 22-year-old woman, died at a Tehran police station in mid-September and passed away later in hospital.
Though chief Iranian representatives have promised via props into Amini’s death the protesters are using her death as a reason to vent anger at the Islamic Republic system by starting vicious outbreaks versus security forces, including policemen.
“The Judiciary has decisively put the issue on its agenda. Soon a precise scientific report will be released by the forensic medicine” Amir Abdollahian mentioned.
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