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Iran confronts US-crafted terror, will pursue Gen. Soleimani’s assassination: Raeisi
Addressing the 77th annual session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) in New York, President Ebrahim Raeisi vows that Iran will pursue the assassination of the country's top anti-terror commander General Qassem Soleimani.
Raeisi made the remarks to the world body in New York, to which he has traveled at the head of a ranking diplomatic delegation.
The president hailed Iran’s “prominent and progressive” role in confronting high-handed and interventionist policies, including the “United States-crafted terrorism.”
He noted how, thanks to General Soleimani’s commandership, the country managed to frustrate the plots that were aimed at manipulating the contours of the regional countries.
“We are going to follow up just prosecution of the former American president [Donald Trump]’s atrocity through a just court,” Raeisi asserted.
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