13 December 2019 - 12:36
News ID: 447980
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyed Abbas Mousavi blasted French President Emmanuel Macron’s interfering remarks about Iran, and said that the foreign statesmen should avoid adopting such stances in future.

RNA - “Neither the Iranian government nor the country’s judiciary would even accept any advice from anyone,” Mousavi wrote on his Twitter account.

“Interference in Iran's internal affairs is intolerable,” he added.

Mousavi reiterated that the French president should not forget that Iran is an independent sovereign state.

French President Emmanuel Macron had earlier called for the immediate release of two French nationals arrested in Iran, Fariba Adelkhah and Roland Marshall.

“On Human Rights Day, I think of Fariba Adelkhah and Roland Marshall, two compatriots jailed in Iran and their families," President Macron tweeted.

He went on to say that their imprisonment cannot be tolerated, adding that they should be released immediately. “I have said this to President Rouhani and I repeat it here.”


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11:47 - 2019/12/14
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