Because of the two countries’ stance on the protests, Tehran summons the ambassadors of Britain and Norway

Because of the two countries’ stance on the protests, Tehran summons the ambassadors of Britain and Norway Iranian official media reported that the Foreign Ministry summoned the ambassadors of Britain and Norway in Tehran, in protest of their countries' stances on the demonstrations condemning the death of the young woman, Mahsa Amini.  The Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned the ambassadors of Britain and Norway in Tehran, in protest of their countries' stances on the demonstrations condemning the death of the young woman, Mahsa Amini.  And the official IRNA news agency announced on Sunday that the Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned British Ambassador Simon Shercliffe and handed him over to protest London's hosting of Persian-language media.  The agency reported that the Director-General of Western European Affairs at the Iranian Foreign Ministry (who was not named) informed the British ambassador of "Tehran's strong protest" against his country's hosting of media "working to incite riots and expand the scope of unrest in the country."  The Iranian diplomat considered London's position "an interference in the internal affairs and an incitement to the national sovereignty of the Islamic Republic of Iran," according to the agency.  In the same context, the Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned the Norwegian ambassador and informed him of its protest against the positions of the Norwegian Parliament Speaker on the internal developments in the country.  The agency stated that the ministry informed the Norwegian ambassador, Siegwald Hoge, of a "strongly worded" protest against the background of the "biased and baseless" statements of the Norwegian Parliament Speaker, Masoud Qarahkhani, about the recent unrest in the country.  The Foreign Ministry described the Norwegian statements as "unconstructive," adding that they constituted "interference in Iran's internal affairs," according to the agency.  The British and Norwegian ambassadors confirmed that they would transfer Tehran's protest to London and Oslo, according to the agency.  And last Friday, Iranian media revealed that the death toll of the protests condemning the death of the 22-year-old girl, Amini, reached 35, while a European non-profit human rights organization said that the real number was about 50.  Protests erupted across Iran on September 16, following the death of Amini, three days after she was arrested by the "moral police" that monitors women's dress code.  The incident sparked widespread popular anger in the political and media circles in Iran, amid conflicting accounts of the causes of death.

Iranian official media reported that the Foreign Ministry summoned the ambassadors of Britain and Norway in Tehran, in protest of their countries' stances on the demonstrations condemning the death of the young woman, Mahsa Amini.

The Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned the ambassadors of Britain and Norway in Tehran, in protest of their countries' stances on the demonstrations condemning the death of the young woman, Mahsa Amini.

And the official IRNA news agency announced on Sunday that the Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned British Ambassador Simon Shercliffe and handed him over to protest London's hosting of Persian-language media.

The agency reported that the Director-General of Western European Affairs at the Iranian Foreign Ministry (who was not named) informed the British ambassador of "Tehran's strong protest" against his country's hosting of media "working to incite riots and expand the scope of unrest in the country."

The Iranian diplomat considered London's position "an interference in the internal affairs and an incitement to the national sovereignty of the Islamic Republic of Iran," according to the agency.

In the same context, the Iranian Foreign Ministry summoned the Norwegian ambassador and informed him of its protest against the positions of the Norwegian Parliament Speaker on the internal developments in the country.

The agency stated that the ministry informed the Norwegian ambassador, Siegwald Hoge, of a "strongly worded" protest against the background of the "biased and baseless" statements of the Norwegian Parliament Speaker, Masoud Qarahkhani, about the recent unrest in the country.

The Foreign Ministry described the Norwegian statements as "unconstructive," adding that they constituted "interference in Iran's internal affairs," according to the agency.

The British and Norwegian ambassadors confirmed that they would transfer Tehran's protest to London and Oslo, according to the agency.

And last Friday, Iranian media revealed that the death toll of the protests condemning the death of the 22-year-old girl, Amini, reached 35, while a European non-profit human rights organization said that the real number was about 50.

Protests erupted across Iran on September 16, following the death of Amini, three days after she was arrested by the "moral police" that monitors women's dress code.

The incident sparked widespread popular anger in the political and media circles in Iran, amid conflicting accounts of the causes of death.
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