Sun Apr 11, 2021 17:56:31
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Dr Rouhani in the meeting of the Market Regulation Headquarters:

Gov't managed the country in the difficult conditions of 3-year economic war, issues caused by COVID/ Relations with neighbours, border markets should have better conditions/ COVID, sanctions two important issues before us

The President said that the country has been in an unprecedented economic war for the past three years, adding that the government has managed the country well in the face of severe sanctions and the problems caused by the outbreak of coronavirus, and the positive economic growth of the country in the first 9 months of last year despite all these problems show that our move was right".

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Speaking on Tuesday at a meeting of the country's Market Regulation Headquarters, Dr Hassan Rouhani stated that all well-known experts admit that if such an economic war was imposed on any country, its economy would collapse.

Dr Rouhani emphasised, "Since the year 1397 and the beginning of the enemy's economic war against the Iranian nation, the policy of this government has been the abundance of goods, accurate regulation and monitoring of the market, timely import and supply of foreign exchange, and we will do our best to so that people will face less problems".

The President added, "The reports presented at this meeting show that during the full-scale economic war, the enemy even acted against the supply of food and livestock feed, which is an unprecedented crime and a clear example of economic terrorism".

Emphasising on expanding trade and economic cooperation with the Eurasian region, Dr Rouhani said, "We need to make more use of the opportunity to work with Eurasia".

He also went on to state, "There are enough essential goods in the warehouses that should be made available to the people faster by making the necessary arrangements".

"The government is by the side of the Market Regulation Headquarters," he continued saying, "The headquarters should not feel that it does not have enough power and opportunity to exercise its views".

 

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