(MNA) -- “The 1953 coup debacle and the 1979 Revolution proved that Iranian people are impervious to outside attempts to decide their destiny,” posted on his Twitter account, Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran, late on Thursday.
Zarif’s post came after Wednesday remarks by Rex Tillerson, the United States Secretary of State, at a US House Committee on Foreign Affairs hearing on Wednesday.
The Iranian top diplomat advises US officials to be concerned about their own country where elections turnout are significantly lower than Iran, “For their own sake, US officials should worry more about saving their own regime than changing Iran’s, where 75% of people just voted.”
Mr. Zarif also calls for US apology for all the interventions of US in Iran’s domestic affairs referring to the supports of the US for the former king of Iran during the uprising of the nation in favor of the then PM Mohammad Mosaddegh; “after decades of failed regime change and sanctions, US had to apologize for '1953 coup, and acknowledge diplomacy as the only option.”
Zarif advises the US administration to study and learn from history instead of trying to follow unlawful policy of changing regimes in other countries.