Parliamentarian:

Iran should ‘react concretely’ to Saudi WikiLeaks spills

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TEHRAN, Jun. 22 (MNA) – A member of Parliament National Security and Foreign Policy Commission has urged Islamic Republic of Iran to take legal action against Saudi conspiracy against the country as revealed by WikiLeaks.

Seyed Hossein Naqavi Hosseini told Mehr News on Monday that new evidences disclosed by WikiLeaks exposed the true nature of Saudi interference in and conspiracy against Islamic Republic of Iran; “the nature of Saudi malevolence against the Islamic Republic of Iran is far from being covert with its active support for extremist Salafist and terrorist circles in the region and unleashing the violent groups with savage conduct against our interests; however, WikiLeaks cast new light to this nature before the eyes of international community,” he told Mehr News. “The victim country has a number of options to protect itself against the perpetrator of malice and sabotage with the purpose of tarnishing the public face of the victim country,” he added.

“Once such measure would be to bring the case to international community’s view in organizations where both countries are members; for example, Organization of Islamic Conference or Non-Aligned Movement would play an important role in condemning Saudi Arabian acts of sabotage against a country which like Saudi Arabia is member to both organizations,” Naqavi Hosseini asserted.

“The leaked evidences provide a legitimate means for the Islamic Republic of Iran to sue Saudi Arabia in other international courts to vindicate its rights or just retaliate as a legitimate instrument widely recognized in international diplomacy,” he proposed.

Naqavi Hosseini pointed out that more tolerance and inaction against Saudi Arabia should be abandoned for more concrete measures, which he believed, would be to saber-rattling to show the means and power to bring the nemesis of any country in the region who would do provocative acts against Iran.

 

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