Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian held a phone call with his United Arab Emirates counterpart, Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan, on the evening of July 22, in which the parties condemned the actions as disrespectful to the Qur’an. This has been reported area Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
He noted that Abdullahian “strongly condemned the blasphemy against the Qur’an in Sweden and Denmark” and that the foreign ministers of the member states of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) demanded an urgent meeting.
The Iranian Foreign Minister pointed out that insulting the Qur’an hurts the feelings of Muslims around the world and pointed out that it is necessary to “face those responsible for blasphemy”.
On July 21, members of the Danish Patriots group set fire to a Koran in front of the Iraqi embassy in Copenhagen.
On July 23, it was learned that the visit of German Defense Minister Boris Pistorius to Iraq was important. It is cancelled Against the backdrop of protests against the burning of the Koran.
Previous protesters in Tehran requested Deport the Swedish ambassador for the burning of the Koran in Stockholm.
Previously, Sweden allowed burn Koran.
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