Yazd (IP) - Iran's President during his public address in the Historic city of Yazd stressed that thanks to the blessing of the Islamic Revolution of Iran, today Iranian women enjoy a high and prestigious status in social, political, and economic affairs.

Iran PressIran news: Delivering his public address in historical Amir Chakhamgh square on Thursday morning in the city of Yazd, Iran's President Ebrahim Raisi in his two-day provincial tour said that thanks to the blessing of the Islamic Revolution of Iran the Iranian women are enjoying highly and prestigious status in social, political and economic affairs and they are playing key roles shoulder to shoulder with the men, and they are a source of service for people.

President Raisi also stressed the brilliant achievement and successful records of Iranian women and called them flag bearers of Iranian society.

President Raisi also stated that the Iranian women not only have been successful in all arenas but they have left behind a good legacy in the scared defense and helping with the combatants.

He further stresses the role of the family in Iranian society in solving all the problems of the Iranian nation.

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi arrives in Yazd on Thursday morning as his administration's provincial tours and inaugurated the operation of the second water transfer line from the Persian Gulf to the Yazd province.

He went on to say that he is going to pay a visit to the impoverished and underprivileged areas in the historic city of Yazd to get to know the need of the people and their problems in person.

Speaking on the sidelines of the inauguration of the water transfer project from the Persian Gulf to the central plateau of Iran, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said that despite enemies' efforts to put Iran as they claim under maxim pressure, the enemies themselves confess that they have failed to do so and there are wills of iron who don't want Islamic Iran to be stopped and succumbed to them.


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