TEHRAN (defapress) – Parliament's General Director for International Affairs Hossein Amir-Abdollahian said that Tehran will continues its support for the Axis of Resistance in the fight against the Zionist aggression.
News ID: 65421
Publish Date: 01August 2017 - 13:28
Making remarks in a meeting with Lebanon's Parliament
Speaker Nabih Berri in Beirut on Monday, Amir-Abdollahian felicitated the
concurrency of Arsal liberation against the Takfiri terrorism with anniversary
of Lebanon's victory in the 33-day resistance against the Zionist regime's
aggression in 2006.
"Lebanon has taken major steps in fighting the Zionist
regime and Takfiri terrorism and was successful in defending its independence
and territorial integrity,” he noted.
Amir-Abdollahian praised the role of Berri and other
Lebanese leaders in completing the political process and agreeing on the
election law, calling it a sign of correct understanding and insight of the
He underlined that Iran will continue its effective support
for Lebanon’s Resistance in the fight against Zionist regime’s aggressions and
Pointing to US unconstructive and interventionist role in
the region, Amir-Abdollahian said the White House only cares about the security
of Tel Aviv and its political, cultural, and economic exploitation.
Referring to the developments in Syria, Lebanon, Libya and
Yemen, Amir-Abdollahian urged the need for maintaining territorial integrity
and national unity of the countries of the region and called the division of
the region a dangerous move.
Nabih Berri, for his part, expressed gratitude to the
Islamic Republic’s efforts and aids and said the situation in the region
remains sensitive, and after the recent victories against terrorism, we must be
cautious about plots of the enemies of the Islamic world and, in the shadow of
Islamic unity, we should disappoint the Zionists and terrorists.
Berri pointed to the ongoing events in al-Aqsa Mosque and
Israel’s aggression and violence against Palestinian people, emphasizing the
importance of resistance against Tel Aviv.
Nabih Berri also explained his views on some regional and
international developments and called for continued parliamentary and political
consultations between the two countries.