US isolated at UNSC meeting

TEHRAN, Jun. 28 (MNA) – Iran’s diplomatic mission to the United Nations said the UNSC meeting on resolution 2231 demonstrated the political isolation of the United States.

Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Iran to the United Nations Gholamali Khoshroo said the Security Council’s Wed. meeting on resolution 2231 demonstrated the political isolation of the United States, so that even its closest allies criticized Washington's pullout from JCPOA and stressed the importance of the deal’s implementation as a major achievement of diplomacy.

The policies taken by US new administration is totally at odds with the international law and the rule of law which is not limited to attempts to undermine JCPOA, but wider range of violations, from Paris Climate Agreement to relocation of embassy to al-Quds, Khoshroo noted among reporters late on Wednesday.

He stressed that these policies, which are primarily aligned with the interests of the Zionist regime and some domestic goals, indicate a downward trend in American power.

He said the report on the resolution’s implementation “is not comprehensive,” adding, “this is something that a number of Security Council members mentioned, too.”

Khoshroo said the UN chief should not pay any attention to “baseless and unfounded” claims by third parties. “Basically, the UN Secretariat is in no place to examine or comment on such reports,” he added.

“Iran’s mission has comprehensively conveyed its views to the Secretariat and Security Council members, and criticized the provisions of the UN chief’s report on Resolution 2231’s implementation,” the diplomat asserted.


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