Iran Talks to Ambassadors from UK, France, and Germany about How They Treat Iran

Iran’s foreign ministry called in the ambassadors of Britain, France, and Germany on Sunday to question what it called their “irresponsible stance” regarding Tehran’s retaliatory strikes on Israel, as reported by the semi-official Iranian Labour News Agency.

The three European countries condemned Iran’s drone and missile attack against Israel, which occurred from Saturday night into Sunday. The attack was in retaliation for Israel’s bombing of its consulate in Syria on April 1. The director for Western Europe at Iran’s foreign ministry accused the three countries of “double standards,” citing their opposition earlier in the month to a Russian-drafted U.N. Security Council statement that would have condemned Israel’s attack on Iran’s embassy compound in Syria.

“Iran’s military action against the Zionist regime’s (Israel) bases is well within the framework of the right to legitimate defense stipulated in Article 51 of the United Nations Charter and it is in response to a series of crimes, including the recent attack on the embassy compound in Syria,” the official added.

The G7, which includes France, Germany, and the United Kingdom, is expected to hold a video call later on Sunday to discuss Iran’s recent attack

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