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President in a cabinet session:

Iran's security indebted to gov't moderation policies, attempt to promote justice, equality among religions, increasing hope

The Council of Ministers convened on Sunday in a regular weekly session and gave vote of confidence to the proposed Governor Generals of Sistan and Baluchistan, and Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari provinces.

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President Rouhani chaired a cabinet session late on Sunday and said that Iran's security amidst the tensions of the region was indebted to the work of security officials of the country and the policies of moderation of the government and attempt to promote justice and equality among different religions and increasing hope and trust of ethnic and religious groups in the policies of the Islamic Republic of Iran, stressing balance and justice among all citizens.

The president mentioned the geographic position of Sistan and Baluchistan in terms of access to free waters and the development of transit between Asia, Europe and Africa as the important characteristics of the province.

Dr Rouhani compared Sistan and Baluchistan province strategically to the forehead of the country, saying that the development of this province was of special importance.

The president went on to mention Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province as the roof for Iran, and emphasised the development of domestic and foreign tourism in order to boost economic development and employment by highlighting the great nature and attractions of this province.

The Council of Ministers agreed to issue a permit to the Ministry of Agriculture Jihad to negotiate, ratify and sign a cooperation agreement on plant protection and quarantine between the Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Government of the Republic of Greece.

Other issues such as the law of protection and exploitation of forests and pastures, as well as settling the debts of MAPNA company with Privatization and Tax Affairs Organization were also discussed in the session.

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