On state visit to India, Iranian President spoke on host of issues in Hyderabad
On a state visit to India, the Iranian President Hassan Rouhani called for unity against western power.
He made the statement while addressing a gathering of Muslim scholars in Hyderabad, his first stop in India.
The Iranian President also asserted that they are trying to make life of those in strife-torn Syria, Yemen and Afghanistan easy.
President Rouhani said that Iran wants to have friendly relations with both Islamic and non-Islamic countries.
He said that his country is of firm belief that there is no military solution to problems and that it was western world that took to oppression and exploitation of the people of the east which created most of the problems.
Praising India for peaceful coexistence of people with different religions, Rouhani said that Iran wants unity, consolidation, independence and support towards the east.
Iran’s foreign minister Javad Zarif was also present on the dais with Rouhani during the meeting.
He is said to be accompanied by a 21-member delegation from Iran and is also set to speak at the historic Mecca masjid in Hyderabad’s old city on Friday.>