May 30, 2016, 11:19 PM
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Iran says Saudi measures satisfying Zionist demands

Orumieh, West Azarbaijan, May 30, IRNA – Iran's President says Saudi attempt to sabotage Hajj pilgrimage for the Iranian pilgrims is going to satisfy demands by the Zionist regime.

Addressing a gathering in the northwestern province of West Azarbaijan on Monday, he noted that the religious ceremony of Hajj, the holy cities of Mekka and Medina belong to all Muslims and the Hajj constitutes a venue for realization of Islamic World interests.

Those who claim to be the custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, by their immature behavior in sabotaging the Hajj pilgrimage for the Iranian citizens and spreading instability in the region, are satisfying demands by the Zionist regime, the President added.

President Rouhani noted that the ongoing regional unrest has been created to destabilize Iran.

But they have failed to realize their goals because of the national unity and strong consolidation among Iranians, he said.

Speaking about the nuclear deal between Iran and world powers, Rouhani said that Iran went through difficult days.

Rouhani lauded the nuclear deal, saying politics tend to be extremely intricate.

In the face of the global powers during the nuclear negotiations, I managed to choose the right negotiators, he said.