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Iran Refuses Fully Investigations On Saudi Diplomatic Missions

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Wednesday August 2, 2017

Kabul (BNA) An official source of  MoFA: Iranian Government refused to complete the Procedure of Investigation into the incident of attacking the Saudi Diplomatic Missions.
An official source at the Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs explained that Iranian authorities have persistently and consistently stalled and refused to resume investigations into the incident of storming the embassy of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in Tehran and its consulate in Mashhad, even though these attacks were perpetrated a year and a half ago. Iranian authorities have also resorted to blackmail in order to gain diplomatic privileges inside the Kingdom in spite of severing the diplomatic ties between Saudi Arabia and Iran.
The source added that Iranian authorities have resorted to fraudulent tactics. Iran, despite an initial approval, has denied a Saudi team entry into Iran as part of the Iranian team investigating the attacks on the Saudi Arabian embassy in Tehran and its consulate in Mashhad. The Saudi team was delegated to work alongside the Iranian authorities to inspect the two Saudi facilities and finalize the processes relating to them.
The source further indicated that such acts of procrastination reflect Iran’s behavior and policy, its disrespect of international laws and conventions, and violation of the inviolability of the diplomatic mission premises, tactics Iran had used for more than 38 years. The official source emphasized the fact that in light of the aforementioned particulars, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia sees it vital to present these facts to the international organizations and take all necessary measures in order to safeguard its diplomatic rights in line with Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and relevant provisions of international law.
 

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