Addressing the Security Council meeting as the chairman of NAM Coordinating Center, Mohammad Khazaei emphasized that “the [NAM] movement is deeply concerned about the brutal and ruthless actions taken by Zionist regime against the Palestinian people, and condemns its continued settlements building [in the occupied territory].”
He also added that due to the worsening situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territories and because of repressive and violent apartheid regime imposed [on Palestinians], a delegation led by the Islamic Republic of Iran, as the Chairman of NAM, had met with the UN Secretary General and the President of the UN Security Council last month and had voiced the NAM concerns about deteriorating conditions and illegal detention of thousands of Palestinians in Israeli prisons.
He continued: “we relay our [NAM] strongest protest for the brutal and ruthless actions taken by Zionist regime against the civilian demonstrators, the prisoners and continued settlement building, the apartheid wall and colonization of the Palestinian territories to their Excellencies [of the UN].”
Khazaei said: “Apartheid regime with disregard for international law and the demands of the international community, is threatening a prospect of a just and peaceful solution through malicious behavior, provocative and illegal actions.”
“NAM members call the UN Security Council for taking immediate action and sending a clear message to Israeli regime to halt all illegal practices and stress its [Apartheid regime] compliance with international regulations,” Khazaei added.
He also answered baseless accusations against Iran, by the Zionist representative and said: “The Islamic Republic of Iran has declared officially that it is committed to the principles of the UN charter that prohibits any threat or the use of force against another UN member. But the regime that has hundreds of nuclear warheads and long dark history of terrorist activities, is better to be silent and do not threaten other countries and adhere to international law and should show some respect to the UN charter.”