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Larijani: Nuclear deal helps maintain permanent security in region

IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency

Tehran, July 7, IRNA -- Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani said on Tuesday that comprehensive nuclear deal between Iran and G5+1 helps restore permanent security in the region and there will be no threat to any country.

Speaking to reporters, he said since the Zionist regime is on annihilation path it has intensified crimes against humanity and war crimes.

All intellectuals in the region or at international level believe the fact that comprehensive nuclear deal can help maintain a durable security in the region, he said.

Anxiety of the Zionist regime indicates that it will be upset to any measure benefiting the Islamic states mainly the Islamic Republic of Iran, he said.

Referring to marking the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan as Qods Day, he said the idea was raised by late Imam Khomeini and all should know that under the current circumstances the atrocities of Zionist regime at regional and international levels has increased dramatically.

These atrocities have roots in the weakness of Islamic states that provided the Zionist regime with enough room to commit such crimes, he said.

'We are now witnessing that to what extent the Zionist regime is nervous about Iran's nuclear deal,' Larijani said.

Comprehensive nuclear deal between Iran and G5+1 will lead to permanent security both in the region and the entire globe, he underlined.

On current developments in raq and Syria, Larijani said the direct interference and atrocities of Zionist regime is quite visible.

He expressed the hope that on International Qods Day, all Muslims mainly the Iranian people who heralds campaign against Zionists would play much more active role.

Iran's nuclear deal has nothing to do with the country's support for Palestinian people, he said adding that the issue of Palestine is a strategic issue and the fate of nuclear deal never changes Iran's stand.

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