Iran said Russia and China are " losers "

Desperate to prove his innocence the world on the issue of uranium enrichment, Iran's Ministry of Foreign Affairs transferred to non-diplomatic language.The Iranian Foreign Ministry called the countries that support sanctions against the Islamic state, including Russia and China, the "losers".Desperate to prove his innocence the world on the issue of uranium enrichment, Iran's Foreign Ministry was transferred to non-diplomatic language.The Iranian Foreign Ministry called the countries that support sanctions against the Islamic state, including Russia and China, the "losers".

Diplomatic "shootout" began with a verbal duel between the official representatives of Iran and the United States.The reason for this was the statement by the representative of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Gill Tudor, announced that: "Tehran has violated UN Security Council resolution."Earlier, the Security Council ordered Iran to suspend activities related to uranium enrichment on its territory.

However, Iran continues to stand firm."In February this year the president (Mahmoud Ahmadinejad) has announced that, since Iran is not represented by a fuel for the Tehran research reactor, we ourselves start the Natanz enrichment activities up to 20% add to this there is nothing." - Said the spokesman of the Iranian Foreign Ministry Ramin Mehmanparast.

However, this exchange of verbal statements did not calm the situation, but on the contrary, only fueled the conflict.In this situation, without finding anything better, the representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry has made extreme on all countries that support sanctions against Tehran, calling the state only as "losers."

Thus, under the hand hit Russia and China, which also supported the sanctions of the Security Council.According to the Iranian Foreign Ministry, the States participating in the "political game", depriving themselves of access to the Iranian market, writes "Rossiyskaya Gazeta".

Were these statements by the representative of the Iranian Foreign Ministry agreed with the leadership of the country is unknown.What is clear is that blaming all their sins precisely those countries which until recently were trying to protect the interests of Iran, Tehran is increasingly driving itself into a diplomatic deadlock, out of which it becomes increasingly difficult.