Iranian President Denounces Israeli and US Atrocities Against Palestinians in Gaza Strip

Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi expressed his strong condemnation of the Israeli regime and the United States' atrocities against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip during a phone call with Turkmen President Sardar Bardimohamedov on Tuesday.

Iran (IMNA) - Raeisi highlighted the ongoing oppression and crimes inflicted upon the oppressed people of Gaza by the Zionist regime and the US, stating that these actions have not only deeply affected and enraged Muslims worldwide but also the global population as a whole. The Iranian president emphasized the urgent need for utilizing all available resources to provide assistance to the oppressed people of Gaza.

In the midst of an ongoing conflict between the Israeli regime and the Gaza Strip, the Israeli regime continues its military campaign in response to an operation initiated by the resistance movements in the territory. Tragically, the death toll has risen to nearly 20,000 Palestinians, with a majority being women and children. The United States, as a staunch supporter of the Israeli regime, has provided over 10,000 tons of military equipment since the start of the aggression. Additionally, Washington has consistently exercised its veto power to block United Nations Security Council resolutions that urged for an immediate ceasefire in the besieged Palestinian territory.

In his statement, Raeisi expressed his satisfaction with the remarkable growth of Iran and Turkmenistan's ties, particularly in the trade sector. He emphasized the crucial implementation of significant agreements that were reached during the latest meeting of the countries' joint economic commission, specifically in the areas of energy, transportation, and transit.

Similarly, the Turkmen official conveyed his contentment with the ongoing positive trend in the countries' relations across political, economic, and cultural domains. Bardimohamedov also expressed Ashkhabad's readiness to enhance cooperation between the nations and effectively implement bilateral agreements.

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