The president of Iran called on the United Nations to avoid discrimination and injustice in making its decisions and not to fall under the influence of big world powers.
Speaking to reporters before leaving Tehran for New York for participation in the 78th session of the UN General Assembly, President Ebrahim Raisi described interaction with the other countries as well as the regional, extra-regional and international organizations as one of the key policies of Iran.
“As a member of the United Nations, Iran has always expected this organization to play a decisive role in development, security, peace and justice in the world,” he stated.
“The decisions of the United Nations should be far from any discrimination and injustice and without being influenced by major powers so that what is required by the truth and justice in the world will be formed,” Raisi underlined.
The president said he is going to attend the UNGA to explain the views of Iran and stated, “The United Nations and the General Assembly are a suitable place to express the views and opinions of the Islamic Republic of Iran. A vision in which the desired world is a world free from poverty, free from nuclear weapons and mass killing, and free from injustice and discrimination, where human dignity is taken into account and the many capacities available in the world are used to prevent natural disasters and calamities as a result of hegemonic policies.”
“As a representative of the holy system of the Islamic Republic of Iran, I will be the voice of the people to tell the truth from the podium of the UN General Assembly to governments and nations,” the president stated, his official website reported.
“During this trip, as much as time allows, we will meet with the heads of countries and international organizations. Also, a meeting will be held with members of the international media and while answering their questions, the positions of the Islamic Republic of Iran on various issues will be explained,” he noted.