Iran's ambassador to the United Nations, noting that the Israeli regime by accusing Iran of destabilizing activities avoids accountability for its crimes in Gaza, called on the international community to hold this regime accountable for its crimes.

Iran PressAmerica: Iran's permanent ambassador to the United Nations, Amir Saeid Iravani made the remark in a Monday letter to Secretary General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres and the rotating president of the Security Council.

His letter came in response to an earlier letter by the Israeli envoy to the world body, claiming that Iran's launch of the Noor-3 satellite using Qased (Messenger) Space Launch Vehicle (SLV) on September 27, 2023 was in violation of UN Security Council Resolution 2231.

“The claim in the letter is completely unfounded as Iran has never taken any activity inconsistent with the Security Council Resolution 2231,” the Iranian ambassador said.

Iran's UN envoy stated that the Israeli regime’s baseless claim is aimed at diverting attention from “heinous crimes committed by this apartheid regime against the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip.”

In another part of his letter, Iran's ambassador urged the international community and, in particular, the United Nations Security Council to hold the Israeli regime accountable for these atrocities. 219

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