Iran’s FM Discusses Israeli Atrocities with UN, OIC, Arab League Heads

A03699351.jpgTEHRAN (FNA) Iran’s Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki discussed recent crimes and brutalities of the Zionist regime in phone talks with secretary generals of the Untied Nations, Organization of the Islamic Conference and Arab League.

During these phone conversations, the Iranian top diplomat strongly condemned the inhuman crimes of the Zionist regime against the oppressed Palestinian nation, and called for immediate measures to bring such brutal acts to an end.

He also viewed intensification of atrocities by the Israeli regime an outcome of the recent Mideast conference in Annapolis, the US, which he said emboldened Tel Aviv.

Mottaki further underlined the necessity for the adoption of serious measures to stop Israeli crimes and foil construction of Jewish settlements in different areas, specially in the vicinity of the holy Qods.

Elsewhere, he stressed the need for non-intervention in Lebanon’s domestic affairs by other countries, saying that Lebanese people enjoy the needed capabilities and potentials to make decisions for their own issues.

“Any assistance by others to the Lebanese issue should be comprehensive and cover all issues,” Mottaki underscored.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon, for his part, voiced deep concern about recent crimes in Gaza as well as continued construction of Jewish settlements.

The OIC Secretary General also said that the atrocities of the Israeli regime are an obvious indication of the fact that the Annapolis conference has failed in the very first step and could not do anything in resolving the Mideast problem.

The Arab League Secretary General, Amr Mussa, stressed the need for a comprehensive formula to solve Lebanon’s problem, reiterating that such a formula should be multilateral and cover all the different aspects of the issue.

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