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Dr.Rouhani during a meeting with Iraqi Prime Minister:

Middle East development depends on the unity of the countries of the region / Iran not seeking permission for supporting Iraq

President Hassan Rouhani said:"Tehran considers Iraq's security and stability as its own security and stability."

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Thu 25 - September 2014 - 05:39

President said that in the strategic Middle East region, development and progress are possible only through consolidation of solidarity.
President Hassan Rouhani confers with Iraqi Prime Minister on the sideline of the United Nations General Assembly session.
Felicitating Abadi and members of the Iraqi new government, President Rouhani said Abadi and his cabinet were shouldering a heavy burden in the present critical juncture in that country.
Referring to the friendly and cultural bilateral relations between Iran and Iraq, President Rouhani said Iran would spare no assistance to Iraq in its current ordeal considering it a duty for Tehran both from the religious and neighboring aspects.
Denouncing the hustle and killing people in Iraq, he noted that Iran will help Iraq for ever and will not take the permission of the other countries in this regard.
President Rouhani stressed any military act in Iraq, including bombarding Daesh positions, by foreign countries should be made based on Baghdad's demand and permission.
Meanwhile, the Iraqi prime minister said, President Rouhani was the first head of state that whom he called for a meeting with in New York.
Abadi said terrorism is not only a threat against Iraq, but also a threat against Islam and all nations.
He added Tehran's consultations have helped Baghdad prevent Daesh from making further advancement in Iraq.


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