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BBC Persian service Reporting (Untranslated) Iranian foreign ministry considering expelling foreign diplomats. (unable to confirm 100% that this is what the page fully says)

Any idiot can face a crisis - it's day to day living that wears you out.
by ceebs (ceebs (at) eurotrib (dot) com) on Mon Jun 22nd, 2009 at 09:30:57 AM EST
Google translate gives
Iran in response to European Mvzgyry recent electoral developments subject to dismissal in some European ambassadors to review.

روز دوشنبه، 22 ژوئن (1 تیر)، حسن قشقاوی، سخنگوی وزارت امور خارجه ایران با انتقاد از برخورد کشورهای غربی با اعتراضات مربوط به نتایج انتخابات اخیر گفت که رفتار و اظهارات این کشورها در قبال مسایل اخیر ارزیابی و رصد می شود و "اقدامات مقتضی و متناسب با واقعیات در حال بررسی است" و افزود که کمیسیون امنیت ملی و سیاست خارجی مجلس همراه با وزیر خارجه و معاونان این وزارت خانه این موضوع را در دست بررسی دارند. Monday, June 22 (June 1), Hassan Ghashghavi, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman criticized the Western countries treated the protests with the recent election results that the behavior and statements of recent issues of these countries towards the assessment and observation and is "actions appropriate and proportionate with the facts is pending, "and added that the National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Majlis deputies, along with Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs in this review are available on the subject.

آقای قشقاوی، که در نشست خبری هفتگی خود گفت که در اجلاس فوق العاده کمیسیون امنیت ملی و سیاست خارجی مجلس، "ابعاد مختلف مداخلات برخی کشورهای غربی در انتخابات در حوزه های سیاسی و رسمی، اطلاعاتی و امنیتی و نیز رسانه ای" در حال بررسی است و مستندات آن به مجلس ارائه شده است. Mr. Qashqavi, in his weekly news conference that the extraordinary session of National Security and Foreign Policy Commission of Parliament, "the various aspects of interventions in some Western countries in the field of elections and political official, intelligence and security and the media" pending and documentation that is presented to Parliament.



A man of words and not of deeds is like a garden full of weeds; a man of deeds and not of words is like a garden full of turds — Anonymous
by Migeru (migeru at eurotrib dot com) on Tue Jun 23rd, 2009 at 11:08:53 AM EST
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