Iran summons UK, Norwegian envoys over interference
Iran summons the UK and Norwegian ambassadors for their interference and anti-Iran remarks amid the Western-fueled protests in Tehran.
Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the UK Ambassador on Saturday to protest London's hosting of anti-Iran media in Persian.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs summoned the UK ambassador to Iran on Saturday in response to hostile reporting by Persian-language media located in London against Iran.
The director-general of Western Europe sent Iran's strong criticism to the United Kingdom for hosting the media, which has prioritized provocation and the spread of disturbances in Iran.
The director-general further stated that this is deemed an intrusion into Iranian internal affairs and a violation of Iranian sovereignty.
The UK Ambassador stated that he will promptly notify London of the problem.
Iran summons Norwegian ambassador
Iran's Foreign Ministry summoned Norway's Ambassador to Tehran on Saturday to protest the Norwegian speaker's interfering remarks against Iran.
The Norwegian Ambassador was called by the director-general of Western Europe at Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs in response to the Norwegian Parliament speaker's meddling comments about internal Iranian issues.
The director-general expressed Iran's strong opposition to the speaker of Norway's Parliament's prejudicial and unrealistic remarks on the recent riots in Iran.
He further stressed that such divisive utterances will be interpreted as meddling in Iran's domestic affairs.
The Norwegian Ambassador stated that he will immediately notify Oslo about the problem.