Iran Calls for Further Friendly Ties with World Countries

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has called for further friendly ties with neighboring countries and all the nations across the globe.

“Following the JCPOA and the removal of sanctions, our goal is friendly ties with countries in the region and all over the globe. Iran is ready to cooperate with friendly countries in the fields of economics, science, and technology to establish a common market,” he said.

Noting that Iran’s geographical location in the region can make it the cheapest route connecting the West to the East and provide access to open seas, he said, “Ties with Iran would be beneficial to the world economy and global trade.” 

Thirty-seven years after the Islamic Revolution, the world powers are now “admitting mistakes” in dealing with Iran, he said.

“They are now willing to interact with Tehran and have good relations with the great Iranian nation,” he said. 

Through the nuclear agreement, the president said, Tehran managed to “defeat the Iranophobia project” and to show the world that alleged Iranian threats to the global peace and security are “baseless.”

“Today…the world’s public opinion has completely accepted that the propaganda campaign of the Zionists and the global arrogance of the US against the Iranian nation has been a lie and devoid of truth. The Iranian people are a peace-seeking people.”

the president also touched on the upcoming elections later this month, calling on all political groups and individuals to participate in the vote.

“True principlists, true reformists and true moderates are all revolutionary,” he said.

“In our time, ‘revolutionary’ means being in favor of participation, tolerance, and resistance, and having goods capable of competition in world markets,” Rouhani said.

"Our vote will be a vote for hope, rationality, law and the protection of the rights of the Iranian nation,” he added.

*Photo Credit: Press TV

طراحی و توسعه آگاه‌سیستم