Chairman of Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, Heshmatollah Falahat-Pisheh said on Wednesday that Iran has never favoured extremism and will never act in such a manner, and the cornerstone of our foreign policy is to reduce tensions, diffuse and prevent crises.

Iran Press/Iran news: Addressing a gathering of top businessmen and industrialists in Kerman, Heshmatollah Falahat-Pisheh added that the era of extremism is unstable and will not last, and Donald Trump's era will not last either.  He added: "A good government  must find ways of surviving a period of extremism. We must navigate our way through the turbulent and short-lived Trump era, keeping our longevity." 

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Addressing top businessmen in the city of Kerman, Falahat-pisheh said: “We should extend further support to the economic activists to pass the era in a way that our economic stability is preserved.

“Under the current conditions, we should preserve economic stability through reliance on local resources,” Falahat-Pisheh added.

Eslamabad-e Gharb MP also voiced his commission’s readiness for solving problems facing the private sector.

On December 12, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said sanctions is a form of economic and psychological warfare against Iran.


Earlier on April 5, Brigadier General Amir Hatami during the meeting with his Kazakh counterpart said that extremism is a gift from the United States. 103 / 211


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