Iranian President Accuses Daesh of Targeting Innocents, Compares Israeli Regime's Actions in Gaza

In a meeting with Tajikistan's National Assembly Chairman Rustam Emomali on Monday, Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi condemned the Daesh terrorist group for its intention to harm women and children.

Iran (IMNA) - President Raeisi further asserted that the Israeli regime's actions in Gaza similarly involve the massacre of innocent individuals. He called for active collaboration among regional countries in countering terrorist organizations like Daesh, emphasizing their alleged nurturing by the United States and Israel.

Iran and Tajikistan Strengthen Cooperation in Countering Terrorism, Organized Crimes, and Drug Smuggling

In a recent statement, the President emphasized the importance of enhancing collaboration between Iran and Tajikistan in combating terrorism, organized crimes, and the smuggling of illicit drugs. He highlighted the significant progress achieved in the bilateral relations between Tehran and Dushanbe over the past two years, emphasizing that the expansion of parliamentary ties would greatly contribute to enhancing cooperation in both the political and economic sectors.

Furthermore, Emomali expressed Tajikistan's support for the establishment of an independent Palestinian state. He strongly condemned Israel's actions, particularly the killing of over 23,000 Palestinian civilians in Gaza since the start of its war against the Strip in October.

Iran and Tajikistan Sign MoU to Enhance Parliamentary Cooperation

In a significant development, the top Tajik parliamentarian, Emomali, arrived in Tehran on Monday morning, leading a high-ranking parliamentary delegation. During his visit, he engaged in discussions with Iranian Parliament Speaker Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf. Recognizing insecurity as a shared concern between Tehran and Dushanbe, both leaders emphasized the importance of addressing this issue to promote bilateral trade cooperation. To solidify their commitment, they signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) aimed at enhancing parliamentary cooperation between Iran and Tajikistan. This MoU is expected to lay the foundation for closer ties and increased collaboration in various areas of mutual interest.

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