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Iran’s president says backing ‘terrorism’ is not in West’s interest

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 Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi criticized the United States France and several other European countries on Sunday for blatantly supporting terrorists and rioters in Iran warning that endorsing terrorism is definitely not going to be in their interest Making the remarks at a cabinet meeting Raisi said the enemy tried to disrupt Iran s progress by striking blows at the country s security and economy as well as the education and production sectors according to the Iran website the office of the Iranian president He ordered the Foreign Ministry to take the necessary measures through diplomatic and judicial channels to neutralize and confront the seditions designed and instigated in the country from abroad Expressing deep regret over the killing of Iranian children women men and security forces by rioters in recent days Raisi urged related apparatuses and organizations to promptly take firm action against the rioters and prevent them from terrorists and rioters harming people s lives and property Protests erupted in Iran after 22 year old Mahsa Amini died in a Tehran hospital a few days after collapsing at a police station in September The Iranian government blames the United States and some other states for inciting riots and supporting terrorists in the country Xinhua
Iran’s president says backing ‘terrorism’ is not in West’s interest

Ebrahim Raisi

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi criticized the United States, France and several other European countries on Sunday for “blatantly” supporting “terrorists and rioters” in Iran, warning that endorsing terrorism is definitely not going to be in their interest.

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Making the remarks at a cabinet meeting, Raisi said “the enemy” tried to disrupt Iran’s progress by striking blows at the country’s security and economy, as well as the education and production sectors, according to the Iran website. the office of the Iranian president.

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He ordered the Foreign Ministry to take the necessary measures through diplomatic and judicial channels to “neutralize and confront” the seditions designed and instigated in the country from abroad.

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Expressing deep regret over the killing of Iranian children, women, men and security forces by “rioters” in recent days, Raisi urged related apparatuses and organizations to promptly take firm action against the rioters and prevent them from ” terrorists and rioters” harming people’s lives and property.

Protests erupted in Iran after 22-year-old Mahsa Amini died in a Tehran hospital a few days after collapsing at a police station in September. The Iranian government blames the United States and some other states for “inciting riots and supporting terrorists” in the country. ■

(Xinhua)

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