شنبه ۱۰ اسفند ۱۳۹۸
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Saturday, February 29, 2020
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has called on all branches of the government to join forces to counter the negative impacts of brutal American sanctions against the Iranian nation.
Ayatollah Khamenei, while highly appreciating the great presence of Iranians in the rallies of Islamic Revolution anniversary, asserted that the rallies this year were greater and more glorious and dubbed it as unique in the world.
Regarding economy and sanctions, the Leader said after the Islamic Revolution, world powers have tried hard to prevent Iran’s progress in economic arena and asserted that “in fact, sanctions against Iran have started many years before Iran’s nuclear program.”
He emphasized on resistance economy and stressed that enemies of Iran were “making ultimate use of means of sanctions to stop Iranians' progress.” However, “if we work hard and base the economy on national capacity and domestic production, we will not have any more concern about oil price and sanctions,” he added.
Ayat. Khamenei meanwhile emphasized that the real cause of sanctions is to humiliate Iran and prevent its advance towards a new Islamic civilization. He added, “I believe, even if the nuclear issue goes on according to what is dictated by them, the sanctions will not be lifted again as they [enemies] are opposed to the principle of the Islamic Revolution.”
Regarding the threats by US and Europe to impose new sanctions, the leader stated that “If it is to put sanctions, Iranians too, can sanction them in the future. Iran has the largest sum of reserves of oil and gas in the world which enable Iran to put sanctions on them if necessary.”
The Leader also commemorated the Tabriz Uprising of 1978 and commended the outstanding characteristics of pioneering, practicality in time of need, courage, and faith of Azari people of Iran and stressed that “Iran’s nation is the true owner of the Revolution.”
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