Iran's Foreign Minister strongly criticized Western support for disrespectful treatment of holy books, labeling it as completely unjustifiable

Iran Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, criticized certain governments for their unacceptable endorsement of disrespecting sacred texts in the name of freedom of speech.

Iran(IMNA)- During a meeting with Archbishop Paul Richard Gallagher, the Vatican's Secretary for Relations with States, on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly, Amir-Abdollahian emphasized the significance of dialogue among leaders and followers of Abrahamic faiths in today's world, where acts of desecration against divine books are prevalent.

In his speech, the foreign minister emphasized Iran's efforts to bring an end to the conflict in Ukraine. He made it clear that Iran does not see war as a solution and supports any initiatives aimed at achieving peace in Ukraine. Gallagher expressed his satisfaction with the meeting and thanked Amir-Abdollahian for sharing important perspectives. He stressed the importance of collective efforts to establish peace in Ukraine.

The archbishop highlighted the significance of dialogue in resolving global issues and expressed willingness to continue consultations with Iran on matters of mutual interest. He also predicted positive regional effects if relations between Iran and Saudi Arabia were restored. Amir-Abdollahian stressed the need for a global approach to combat terrorism in West Asia. He criticized the use of sanctions by certain countries as a political tool against others, warning that these bans would only complicate regional matters and have humanitarian consequences.

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