Envoy: Iran's Foreign Policy Not Influenced by Psychological Warfare
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's Ambassador to Baku Seyed Abbas Mousavi underlined that psychological and media warfare of governments, regimes, or special circles have no influence on the Islamic Republic's foreign policy.
"Iran's foreign policy is not determined in #Washington, #London, #Beijing, #Baku, #Yerevan, #Moscow or #Ankara," Abbas Mousavi tweeted on Sunday.
"With independence and authority in #Tehran, we decide on national interests and national security of Iran," Mousavi said.
"Psychological and media warfare of governments, regimes, or "special circles" has no bearing on what should or should not be done. #karabakh," he added.
The Islamic Republic of Iran has voiced its readiness to settle the dispute between Armenia and Azerbaijan over the Karabakh region.
The Iranian embassy in Baku, in its Saturday statement, strongly condemned Friday's rocket attack on Azerbaijan's Ganja.
"The Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, expressing its condolences to the bereaved families and wishing a speedy recovery for the injured, reiterates that attacks on innocent cities and people violate all internationally recognized legal norms ... and that such actions must be stopped as soon as possible," the statement said.