Monday, November 11, 2013
UK And Iran Re-Establish Diplomatic Ties
Britain's Foreign Minister William Hague announced that Iran and Britain have agreed to re-establish full diplomatic relations. The agreement apparent was done on the sidelines of the Geneva conference.
The British have appointed Ajay Sharma, who heads the British Foreign Office's Iran department, would take up a position as charge d’affaires with Iran. Since the UK is still afraid to re-open it's embassy at this time (the Iranians storming the place in 2011 was what led to Britain severing diplomatic relations), Sharma will visit Iran on a monthly basis, as Reuters reported, but will be a non-resident diplomat.
Iran's Mehr news agency reports that Iran will send a new charge d'affaires, Hassan Habibollah Zadeh, to London, where the Iranian embassy will be re-opened.
You sometimes wonder how low a nation can abase itself, but Britain never ceases to amaze me. After having it's sailors kidnapped on the open sea and having to ransom them,allowing Iran to force the British Navy to abrogate its commitment to patrol the Persian Gulf with its allies and having its embassy overrun by a violent mob while the Iranian 'security' stood by and watched, you would think the Brits would havehad enough of this foul, terrorist supporting regime.
Nope.They're willing to bend over even further.
Given the Ayatollahs' often expressed desire to eliminate Israel, it would be only fair if Israel was to recall its ambassador from Britain in protest, over this and other matters. That won't happen, of course.
But it's sad to see the depths to which a nation that once inspired the free world has sunk.Britain is unworthy of her ancestors.