Iran does not accept interference in its nuclear and missile programs, as well as in issues related to its military policy and deterrent. Said Khatibzade, a spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry, said.
He rejected the accusations made in the final statement of the meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council. He called such an approach of the Council completely unconstructive, Mehr reported.
He noted that Iran has always adhered to international law and its obligations and, therefore, will not tolerate any interference in its nuclear and missile programs.
He called on the member countries of the Council to think about fulfilling their obligations to international organizations, including the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
The Foreign Ministry spokesman also expressed the hope that instead of making outdated statements, the Council countries will pay attention to the realities of the region and change their approaches to regional dialogue and cooperation.