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Falahat-pisheh on West's interventionist stance:

Foreign interference detrimental to Libyan revolution

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, Sept 20 (ICANA) – Chairman of the Foreign Policy Committee of the Iranian parliament, Heshmatollah Falahat-pisheh, believes that the foreign interference in Libya will have negative consequences for the country's new revolution.
Tuesday, September 20, 2011 2:05:55 PM
Foreign interference detrimental to Libyan revolution

In an interview with ICANA on Tuesday, Falahat Pisheh said: "the delay to recognize the Libyan National transitional council (NTC) by Iranian authorities was due to the level of the foreign interferences in the country."

Referring to the timing of Iran's reaction to the developments in Libya, Falahat-pisheh added: "the public diplomacy is supposed to be prior to the official diplomacy of the countries, therefore the delay to respond to the developments in Libya was normal, but Tehran had no doubts about the legitimacy of the Libyan popular revolution.

He further pointed to the negative impacts of the foreign interferences on the Libyan revolution and said: "any interventionist stance adopted by the foreign forces in Libya, especially NATO, can deflect the Libyan revolution from its main route."

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