TEHRAN -The Secretary General of Iran's National Olympic Committee, Bahram Afsharzadeh said British Prime Minister David Cameron does not have the right to make comments on sport issues.
Afsharzadeh's remarks came following insulting comments by Cameron on Iran's participation London international games in 2012.
"International Olympic Committee is our other side in London Olympic games," Afsharzadeh told media on Friday as reiterating that, "a political official does not have any right to make comments on sport activities."
"We will make coordination with officials of the International Olympic Committee and we will arrive in London to play gloriously," Afsharzadeh continued.
The UK Prime Minister has recently claimed, "the London Olympics would not miss Iran, if they did not want to come."
David Cameron’s comments followed a protest by Iranian Olympics officials that the logo chosen for the 2012 games was racist and showed the word of "Zion."