TEHRAN – Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi urged the growth of commercial and trade links with Bangladesh while reiterating his administration’s commitment to fostering connections with other Muslim nations.
In a phone conversation with Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Monday, Raisi emphasized the need for Islamic nations to unite and support Palestine while denouncing the Zionist regime’s aggressions, particularly the brutal Israeli actions in Al-Aqsa Mosque and against the fasting Palestinian worshippers.
Raisi expressed congratulations to the government and the Muslim people of Bangladesh on Eid-al-Fitr and stated that Iran’s foreign policy is built on bolstering ties with all nations, particularly those in the Islamic world.
He also expressed optimism for strong ties between Bangladesh and Iran, particularly for the advancement of economic and commercial cooperation.
Sheikh Hasina, for her part, vehemently denounced the criminal activities of the Zionist regime against the Palestinian people, saying, “Supporting the oppressed people of Palestine and condemning the aggressions of the Zionist regime is the fixed position of the government and the people of Bangladesh.”
She stressed the need for improving connections with Iran, particularly in the commercial and economic spheres, as well as regional cooperation.
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