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President in a large gathering of people in Khorramabad:

Terrorist groups are not able to resist against Iraqi nation’s will

Referring to Iraq’s invasion by Daesh (the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant) terrorist group, the President said here on Wednesday, that the Iranian nation is ready to help Iraqi people defend their holy sites.

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President Rouhani, who is addressing the public in Khorramabad during his visit to the province, said that Iranians would spare no attempt to protect shrines in Karbala, Najaf, Kadhemein, and Samara.
He clearly intended his message to be heard by what he believed were ‘super powers, terrorists, and their mercenaries.’
“I heard of many declarations where our public announced that they are ready to go to Iraq and protect the shrines of their imams to fight terrorists,” Dr.Rouhani said.
“I would tell the Iranians that many factions including Shiite, Kurd, and Sunni factions in Iraq who would do the job, terrorists and their supporters were bits of dust compared to the pious of the country [Iraq].”
If the international community recognizes Iran’s right for peaceful use of nuclear energy, Tehran will be ready to take the final step towards resolution of the issue, said president Hassan Rouhani.
He noted that Iran is committed to increase interactions with the world.
Dr.Rouhani said that the Islamic Republic of Iran had always been in the path of cooperation in dealing with other countries. “I strongly promise that the government has considerable steps to revive the nuclear rights of the nation and eliminating the sanctions and it will definitely take additional steps if necessary,” Dr.Rouhani asserted.
“The government is resolved to curb inflation and will act accordingly. Cabinet works to improve public health gradually,” he said, lavishing praise on Lorestan’s people as ‘being guilelessly devoted to the Islam and the Prophet’s household and their country.’
Dr.Rouhani maintained that the province was not a place where people suffer from unemployment. “We heard voices articulating public frustration with unemployment; today, however, multitudes of young people, university graduates feel the bitter taste of unemployment,” he asserted.

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