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 President in a message to the Iranian Students Debate Competition:

Dialogue, debate require tolerance, forbearance/ Lack of constructive dialogue one of our society’s foundational issues/ Govt’ of Prudence and Hope ready for constructive negotiation in favour of Iranian nation

President sent a message to the 8th Iranian Students Debate Competition and stressed, "The Government of Prudence and Hope is ready for constructive negotiation in favour of the Iranian nation”.

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Mon 23 - December 2019 - 15:58

In the message that was sent on Monday, President Hassan Rouhani expressed happiness over “the role of Iranian Students Debate Competition in promoting ethical, reasoned, rational and effective dialogue”.

In the message that was read by the Chief of Academic Jihad Dr Hamidreza Tayyebi, President Hassan Rouhani has written, "We believe that the path of negotiation must be continued and one must not fear the panic that extremist, irrational and anti-dialogue currents promote”.

“The lack of constructive dialogue is one of our society’s foundational problems in the current time,” he wrote, stressing that the country is in special sensitive conditions.

The President stated, "Our country, especially in the current conditions, requires a national dialogue and one must never think that the government can advance dialogue, which lays the ground for trust and improving social capital, alone”.

He also wrote, "Dialogue and debate require tolerance and forbearance. The proud history of Iran and Islam, especially the excellent approaches of great Shiite Imams are full of tolerance, moderation, rationality and dialogue”.

“The Government of Prudence and Hope is ready for constructive negotiation in favour of the Iranian nation. This is why the Supreme Council of Cultural Revolution has named July 14, which was the day of reaching the nuclear agreement, as the Day of Dialogue and Constructive Interaction with the World”.

He added, "I am very pleased that the Iranian Students Debate Competition, which has now reached its eighth station, has helped to foster an ethical, reasoned, rational and effective dialogue”.

At the end of his letter, he has written, "I thank the academic community of the country, especially the Academic Jihad and the Student Organisation, for shaping the initiative that, God willing, will lead to institutionalised dialogue among a part of the country's elite community, who are the students”.

 

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