Iran parliament committee votes to cut ties with UK

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December 19, 2010 21:22

 
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The Iranian parliament's National Security and Foreign Policy Commission approved a bill on Sunday that will cut Iran's relations with the UK, reported Iranian Fars News Agency.

According to Mohammad Karami-Raad, a member of the commission, "The commission members also condemned the recent remarks made by the British ambassador to Teheran as well as the other hostile moves made by the British government against our country throughout the history," reported Fars.

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