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President Rouhani: Foes trying to disappoint Iranians

Tehran, The enemies are plotting against Iran and trying to make Iranians disappointed with their future, said President Hassan Rouhani in Tehran on Sunday at a ceremony marking Labor Week.

The man who has recently taken up a position in the United States and is very foul-mouthed and speaks bad words about Iran; since last year, he has said that Iran will not see the 40th anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution, but today, to his disappointment, we have entered the 40th anniversary of the revolution and we will celebrate the 41st anniversary of the victory of Islamic Revolution more gloriously than ever,' said President Rouhani.

He also said, 'Before the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), we couldn't sell oil and petrochemicals'.

'800$ million was spent to prepare oil wells for export after the lift of sanctions,' continued the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Underscoring that supporting Iranian products starts from backing laborers and employers, the president added, 'If we want people to go towards Iranian goods to be all proud of it, then the first thing is to have a spirit of vitality and hope among workers and working environments.'

'All those involved in the production of a product, including workers, employers and those in marketing, have to work together to produce high-quality goods, and even have to present them in beautiful packaging so that the buyer can be attracted at first sight,' he continued.

Stating that 'It is a grave mistake to consider foreign products better,' President Rouhani added, 'Our young population must study for the labor market, not employment'.

'Women, like men, require jobs,' he continued, saying, 'Last year, 800,000 net jobs were generated

Source: Islamic Republic News Agency - IRNA

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