Afghan Voice Agency (AVA), Saeed Khatibzadeh, spokesman for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs regarding the forced deportation of asylum seekers from Britain to Rwanda and the published news about the Iranian citizenship of some of these asylum seekers said: What is happening is a historical shame for It is London and all those who have devoted all their efforts to covering up and purifying their colonial history.
A spokesman for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs added: "The forced deportation and transfer of asylum seekers to third countries and the deadly silence these days of human rights defenders and responsible international institutions are a source of shame and a clear violation of refugee rights."
Mr. Khatibzadeh further stated: What is happening is on the other side of the coin of deception and systematic media conspiracy against Iran. The disobedient Persian-language media based in London, by presenting an unrealistic image of Iran from within and a more unrealistic dream of living in Europe, provide the ground for the dangerous and dangerous departure of some Iranian citizens.
A spokesman for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed: "Despite the oppression of these few people against themselves and their homeland, the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran emphasizes in the framework of its sovereign duties that the rights of these people under the 1951 Convention and the relevant protocol must be respected." The third is a dangerous practice that will destroy the remnants of the international refugee protection regime.
Khatibzadeh concluded: "While Iran, despite all the hardships and economic pressures, is hosting millions of citizens from other countries, including Afghanistan, it is unfortunate that human rights activists have not been able to tolerate the reception of thousands of refugees and asylum seekers. Many of them have risked displacement through the systematic deception of these same governments.
It is worth mentioning that with the recent developments in Afghanistan and the re-establishment of the Islamic Emirate government in the country, a large number of citizens migrated from Afghanistan to other countries, especially Britain and the United States, during the "evacuation of Kabul" operation.