If the UK does not stop speaking nonsense, Iran will respond it firmly, said Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki on Tuesday.
The UK Foreign Secretary David Miliband praised Sunday post-election protests in Tehran describing them "courageous."
"If the UK does not stop speaking nonsense, Iran will respond it," said Mottaki referring to Miliband’s remarks.
"Ridiculous remarks of certain foreign officials show their embarrassing record," he said on Tuesday in a press conference with his Somalia’s Foreign Minister in Tehran.
He then regarding supply of nuclear fuel for Tehran’s research reactor said, Iran has informed the West that if it does not make a specific decision whether to sell or swap fuel, Iran will take measures to provide it.
"This is the deadline we set and we can’t wait any longer, they are aware of the deadline that Iran has set for them," he added.
Such remarks and Ashura events show that some are not willing to accept the democratic framework based on peoples participation in defining their fate, he noted.
Monday, January 04, 2010
ISNA: “If the UK does not stop speaking nonsense, Iran will respond it"
When Iranian officials start using "respond" as a transitive verb, then you know they're really mad: