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Iran self-reliant in ensuring national security, needs no global power like others: Raeisi

President Ebrahim Raeisi says Iran’s security is “endogenous” and the Islamic Republic does not rely on any global power to ensure its national security.

Raeisi made the remarks in an address to the graduation ceremony for the cadets studying in the academies of Iran’s Armed Forces which was held in Imam Hassan al-Mujtaba University of Officer and Police Training in Tehran on Monday.

He said Iran’s security stems from the presence of people in various scenes and from awareness, awakening, and vigilance and presence of the armed forces.

“Our security does not depend on other countries and conventional powers in the world,” the president asserted.

He argued that security is Iran’s most vital need as he pledged to strengthen the defense prowess of the country.

“Defense power, economic stability and cultural capability are three important components of national strength,” Raeisi emphasized.

He added that the enemy is hell-bent on hindering the Iranian nation’s progress through acts of sabotage, sanctions and threats but Iranians are resolute on moving in the path of development.

“In this war of wills, the will of the great Iranian nation has achieved victory so far and it will continue to be victorious in the future,” the president stated.

He said the Iranian nation’s presence in various scenes and its accountability have foiled all the enemies’ plots over the past 45 years.

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