President-elect Ebrahim Raisi said Tuesday that the dignity of the Iranian people must be preserved in the international arena, adding that he would serve the entire Iranian nation.
Raisi delivered a speech on Tuesday on the birth anniversary of 8th Shia Imam, Imam Reza in his holy shrine in the holy city of Mashhad.
At the start of his speech, Raisi said that serving the people would be his priority when choosing his cabinet members, adding that people voted for change and demanded an effective and competent administration.
Raisi further explained that the people demanded changes in the country’s economic situation, stressing that that his administration would seek justice.
He further promised that justice would be administered in Iran with the help of the young generation and people, adding that he would not allow any violation of people’s rights.
The president-elect said that he would be the president of all Iranians, including those who voted for him, or for the other candidates, and those who did not participate in the elections.
Raisi said that the dignity of the Iranian nation must be preserved and protected in foreign relations, condemning colonial powers’ policies in developing countries such as African countries.
The president-elect further stressed that the dignity of the people must be preserved in any future negotiations, confirming that the general vaccination of people would be his administration’s priority.
A the end of his speech, the president-elect once again thanked all who participated in the elections despite the Covid-19 pandemic, especially those Iranians who went to the polls overseas despite being harassed by some rioters.
He criticized some western governments that failed to secure the participation of Iranian expatriates in the elections.
Source: Al-Manar English Website