The British envoy was addressing the United Nations Security Council session which had been held at the request of the United States to discuss recent unrests in some parts of Iran. On the ground in Iran, however, the unrest appears to have ebbed on Friday.
"Today, the people of Iran are speaking to their government, and their message is undeniable: stop the support for terrorism". Stop giving billions of our money to killers and dictators.
"We don't want to get involved in destabilizing Iran or any other country", he said.
She then called on all of her colleagues to join her in amplifying the message of the Iranian people before demanding that the Iranian government stop censoring the voices of the Iranians.
The Iranian government restricted access to social media at the height of the protests over the weekend, but many Iranians also use VPNs so the government can not track their online activity.
Protests that initially aired economic grievances turned political and spread to small cities and towns throughout the country. One of the largest demonstrations was at Tehran's Imam Khomeini Musalla Mosque, where thousands of protesters blasted the US and chanted anti-U.S. slogans.
Nauert's statement came on the same day the State Department redesignated Iran and nine other nations as "countries of particular concern" for alleged violations of religious freedom.
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U.S. president Donald Trump and members of his administration have praised the anti-government demonstrators as people standing up to a repressive and corrupt regime that is trying to silence them.
Russian Federation said the United States is exploiting the protests in Iran in order to derail the landmark nuclear deal.
Javad Zarif wrote on Twitter that the Security Council had "rebuffed the US's naked attempt to hijack its mandate". The European diplomats spoke in support of the right to free speech and peaceful protest. "We don't care", Trump said.Trump campaigned in part on a pledge to reduce U.S. commitments overseas, and Haley entered her post the value of the US' funding of the UN.Earlier this year, Haley cuts to the UN's peacekeeping budget, and Sunday's announcement on further reductions to the UN's overall budget included a vow by the ambassador for the "America First" administration to seek further reductions for the UN budget."You can be sure we'll continue to look at ways to increase the UN's efficiency while protecting our interests", Haley said Sunday.
Trump must decide this week whether to continue waiving nuclear-related sanctions suspended under the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers.
Francois Delattre, France's ambassador to the United Nations, called the nuclear agreement a "cornerstone of stability" in the region, and warned of dire consequences from abandoning it. "We support these legitimate aspirations of the Iranian people, and call on the government to allow the free exchange of ideas and information".
The United States was also rebuked by Russia's ambassador, Vasily Nebenzya, who sarcastically questioned whether events in the United States should be addressed by the U.N.
"It is unfortunate that despite the resistance on the part of some of its members, this council has allowed itself to be abused by the current US administration in holding a meeting on an issue that falls outside the scope of its mandate", said Khoshroo.