Gharibabadi provided clarifications to representatives of about 100 countries from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) and the United Nations in New York.
Speaking to Iranian reporters in New York, Gharibabadi said his meetings with groups and individuals were aimed at presenting a true picture of recent developments in Iran.
Gharibabadi went on to point out that his meetings during the three-day stay in New York challenged the silence and position of the United States and Western countries on the October 26 terrorist attack on a holy shrine in the city. of Shiraz, in the south of Iran, in which 13 people were killed and 30 others injured.
Furthermore, the destructive role of social media and networks was discussed during the meeting with OIC members, the official noted.
These media encouraged aggression, insecurity and terrorist acts, he added.
He went on to say that their information was invalid and wrong.
Elsewhere, he announced that the UK was responsible for London-based Persian-language networks that act against Iran.
The role of these networks is not inferior to that of terrorist groups, Gharibabadi stressed.