Raisi at the UN: No Place For Nuclear Weapons in Our Defense Doctrine
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi says that the US authoritarian regime lost face both domestically and abroad. He indicates that Iran believes in fruitful talks that lead to the abolition of the embargo measures.
Today Tuesday, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said that the US did "not get to exit Iraq and Afghanistan but is expelled. And, at the same time, it is the oppressed people, from Palestine and Syria to Yemen and Afghanistan, as well as the US taxpayers, who have to pay for this lack of rationality."
In a speech to the United Nations General Assembly, Raisi announced that the embargo measures are Washington's approach in its wars against peoples. He stressed that the "US’ hegemonic system has no credibility, whether inside or outside the country."
He continued by announcing that the US fabricates terrorism from one hand and then proceeds in pretending to fight it.
Nukes have no place in Iran's defense doctrine and deterrence policy
Raisi added that his country seeks to deal actively with all countries of the world, especially neighboring countries, stressing that "The Islamic Republic considers the useful talks whose ultimate outcome is the lifting of all oppressive sanctions."
He announced that Iran's policy is to maintain stability in the region, stressing that "Iran's strategic policy prohibits the production, stockpiling and manufacture of nuclear weapons."
Raisi said that "Nukes have no place in our defense doctrine and deterrence policy," noting that "fifteen reports released by the IAEA have attested to the adherence of Iran to its commitments."
The strategic thoughts of the Islamic Republic of Iran are rooted in the ideas of Imam Khomeini
He pointed out that, "The security-making model of the Islamic Republic of Iran is based on forming intra-regional mechanisms through diplomacy that is pivoted on and free from outside interferences." The Iranian president added that "The strategic thoughts of the Islamic Republic of Iran are rooted in the ideas of the founder of the Islamic Revolution, the late Imam Khomeini."
He added, "If not for the power and role of Iran alongside the governments and peoples of Syria and Iraq as well as all the selfless efforts of Martyrs Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis and General Qassem Soleymani, today ISIS would be the Mediterranean neighbors of Europe."
"Israel" is the organizer of the biggest state terrorism
When it came to Palestine, Raisi said that "an all-out blockade has turned Gaza to the biggest prison in the world." He described "Isreal" as "the occupier Zionist regime," calling the regime "the organizer of the biggest state terrorism."