Jan 13, 2018, 6:10 PM
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Archbishop: Police's restraint restores tranquility to Iran

Isfahan, Jan 13, IRNA – Armenian Religious Leader of Isfahan and South of Iran Archbishop Cipan Kashjian said on Saturday that in recent incidents police by its might and restraint could restore tranquility to the country, so they should be appreciated.

He made the remarks in a meeting with Isfahan police commander Brigadier General Masum Beigi.

The archbishop said 'we believe the recent unrests were organized abroad and ordinary people are different from rioters, because no Iranian agrees to insecurity and riot'.

He appreciated police's presence in Armenian schools in order to teach pupils social maladies and asked for continuation of the work.

Majlis (parliament) Deputy for Isfahan and South of Iran Armenian Zhorzhik Abramian, who attended the meeting, also appreciated police works in establishment of security on Christmas Eve.

General Beigi said success of the police is indebted to all people cooperation.

He added 'we have peaceful life besides of our Armenian compatriot and we spare no effort' in maintaining and providing security for all citizens.

Around 7,000 Armenians live in Isfahan province.


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