Tehran (IP) - The leader of the Islamic Revolution of Iran in a meeting with students stated that students, besides the critical view, should have a proud view of the country's progress.

Iran PressIran news: Iran's Leader Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei received a group of students at a meeting in the holy month of Ramadan.

The annual Ramadan meeting of a group of students is one of the most significant gatherings for the Leader of the Islamic Revolution.

The Leader of the Islamic Revolution said that looking at the facts should guide the young minds of today's students in a direction that is in the pathway of solving the problems.


Many young people participated in student meetings a few years ago, today they are working in various management positions and have taken responsibility, which is a fact. Looking at these facts should guide the young minds of today's students in the direction that is closer to solving the problems.

Iran's Leader emphasized that students should have a critical view, but also a proud view of the country's progress.

In his speech, Ayatollah Khamenei added that the student environment is a lively, exciting, demanding and enthusiastic environment; this is the nature of the student environment.

Addressing the students, Iran's Leader stated that the political system you live in was created by struggling with difficulty, with effort. This is the main reality of our life now. The system is a revolutionary one. Many of the revolutionary demands have not been realized, and that is true. But the system we live in now is a system that has these expectations, why? Because it is a revolutionary political system.


Ayatollah Khamenei said: "Expectations from student groups and organizations are too much; the first expectation is that you should make an impact on the student environment. This effect is not seen and is rarely seen; student associations and groups should primarily look inside the university, however, these students' groups primarily focus on issues outside the university."

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