By INU Staff
INU - In a reaction to the grand gathering of Iranian Resistance, an expert of Iranian regime’s foreign ministry demanded review of relations and cutting off ties with France.
In an interview with Iranian state-run media, Hassan Hanizadeh said: MEK (The People's Mojahedin of Iran) gathering in Paris was held at a time when Mr. Zarif (Iranian regime foreign minister) was in a meeting negotiating with French officials and this is considered an insult to Iranian people (i.e. an insult to Iranian regime) by France. Mr Zarif should have reacted to this insult but he restrained and the French government seems to be exploiting Iran's restraint.”
“In the first step, the Islamic Republic should announce its protest and, if necessary, even consider the issue of interrupting relations with Paris,” he added.
The regime's expert in political affairs assessed the approach of the French government towards the Iranian regime as non-transparent and hypothetical and said: “On the one hand, the French government tries to maintain its economic ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran and, on the other hand, leaves the field open to the Mojahedin (PMOI/MEK).
He showed his anger at the Iranian Resistance gathering and said: “Iranian regime should ask the French authorities to hand over some elements of Mojahedin (PMOI/MEK).”
Hanizadeh also expressed his anger at the expansion of the international activities of Iranian Resistance and Mojahedin (PMOI/MEK) and said: “Now, France has become the focal point of MEK’s activities, and the Islamic Republic must take a decisive decision against the falsification and blackmail by Paris and demand the expulsion of Mojahedin (PMOI/MEK) from the French soil.