As regards the topic of the discussions, Kosari said, “We believe that Mr. Ban Ki-moon does not have a fair attitude towards international developments and his decisions are essentially biased. Therefore, we are willing to hear Mr. Secretary-General’s explanations in this regard.”
Chairman of the parliament’s Human Rights Committee Hadi Shoushtari had informed FNA earlier today that the Iranian legislature plans to invite Ban Ki-moon to take part in the meeting.
“We ask Ban Ki-moon to respond to a number of questions of the Iranian parliamentarians at a meeting with the Islamic Consultative Assembly’s (parliament’s) Human Rights Committee,” Shoushtari told FNA.
Shoshtari said that the members of the Human Rights Commission are serious about the meeting with the UN chief as they have many shortcomings with regard to his behavior.