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Pakistani media widely cover President Rouhani’s speech

IslamabadMedia in Pakistan in their reports have given wide coverage to the speech of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani delivered at Azadi Square in Tehran on Sunday to mark the 39th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.

Leading daily 'Express Tribune' reported that President Hassan Rouhani, addressing flag-waving crowds on central Tehran's Azadi (Freedom) Square said, They (US and Zionist regime) wanted to create tensions in the region they wanted to divide Iraq, Syria They wanted to create long-term chaos in Lebanon but but with our help their policies failed.

It said hundreds of thousands of Iranians have rallied to mark the anniversary of Iran's 1979 Islamic revolution, denouncing the United States and Zionist regime as oppressors.

'Radio Pakistan' said Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says Tehran will remain committed to the nuclear deal with world powers as long as the other side respects it.

Addressing a huge gathering in Tehran in connection with the 39th anniversary of the Islamic revolution in the country, he said the United States could not succeed in destroying the nuclear deal on several occasions.

President Rouhani also accused the United States and the Zionist regime of hatching plots over the last one year to create divisions among regional states. However he said these plots were defeated.

'Pakistan Today' said hundreds of thousands of Iranians rallied to mark the anniversary of Iran's 1979 Islamic revolution, denouncing the United States and the Zionist regime as oppressors.

President Hassan Rouhani, addressing at Tehran's Azadi (Freedom) Square said, America wanted to interfere in our state matters. But they failed because of our nation's awareness and unity.

'Daily Times' in its report said President Hassan Rouhani, addressing a flag-waving crowds in Tehran said US and the Zionist regime wanted to create tension in the region they wanted to divide Iraq, Syria They wanted to create long-term chaos in Lebanon but but with our help their policies failed.

Daily 'Business Recorder' said Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has called for a year of unity as Iran celebrated 39 years since the Islamic Revolution.

I request that the 40th year of the Revolution, the coming year, be the year of unity he said in a speech before a huge crowd in Tehran. Our revolution was victorious when we were all together, he said.

Daily 'The Nation' reported that Iran's President Hassan Rouhani in a speech before a huge crowd in Tehran said, 'Our revolution was victorious when we were all together.

'All Iranian races, all Iranian religions, Shia and Sunni Muslims, Christians, Jews and Zoroastrians, whoever believes in the Constitution, that is our criteria. He is a revolutionary and he must be respected,' President Rouhani said.

'Dunya tv' website said Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has called for a 'year of unity' after recent protests as Iran celebrated 39 years since the Islamic Revolution.

Source: Islamic Republic News Agency


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