10 July 2020

Iran’s president sympathizes with US protesters

Home page World
12 Punto 14 Punto 16 Punto 18 Punto

The Iranian president has expressed sympathy with demonstrators who have taken to the streets across the US in protest at the police killing of an African American. reports citing foreign media that Hassan Rouhani said the black community and migrants in the US are facing gross injustice.

The president added people who politically reject the mentality of the White House are also being oppressed, adding Iran roundly condemns the crimes being committed in the United States today.

He said the police killing of George Floyd has become an international issue.
The president said when an innocent person is killed, it touches the hearts of people around the world, regardless of whether the victim was a Muslim, Christian, American, non-American or otherwise.

2020.06.04 / 18:33
See also

Sudan’s main airport allows flights from 3 countries

Haftar even rejected Moscow peace initiative: Libya

Morocco extends coronavirus emergency decree

Turkey: Daily virus recoveries nearly 3 times new cases

Mayor of Seoul found dead after going missing

Face-to-face meeting of UN Security Council planned

Indian premier urges world investment

Jewish settlers vandalize Palestinian vehicles

Russia's COVID-19 tally exceeds 700 000

AXP: Negotiations with Turkey are a "historic mistake"

Xocalı soyqırımı — 1992-ci il Bağla
Bize yazin Bağla