The Islamic Association Union of Iranian Students said here Monday that the movement will occupy the U.S. "virtual embassy" for Iran once it is launched, as what it did to the ex-U.S. embassy in Tehran 32 years ago.
The Iranian students' movement will not allow the United States to enter Iran, said the secretary of the movement, Seyyed-Ali Mousavi, according to the state IRIB TV website.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Wednesday that the United States was planning to launch a "virtual embassy" for Iran by the end of this year, which would assist Iranians with online access to information about U.S. visa and facilitation of study procedures in the United States.
Mousavi also expressed Iranian students' support for Occupy Wall Street movement by the American citizens.
The United States broke off diplomatic relations with Iran on April 7, 1980 after a group of Iranian students seized the U.S. embassy in Tehran and captured some 60 U.S. diplomats in 1979, with 52 of them being in captivity for 444 days in the hostage crisis.