Jan 13, 2019, 3:36 PM
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Isfahan, Jan 13, IRNA - Iran's First Vice President Eshaq Jahangiri said that the process of ongoing works and developing measures are positive and promising.

Addressing a meeting of officials in the city of Kashan on Sunday, Jahangiri referred to actions taken in various places, including Sistan and Baluchestan, Khuzestan and Hormozgan noting, “However, we should not say that there are no problems in the country. We are aware of the country's problems, and we are passing through these difficult conditions with the grace of God and the efforts of the officials in the government.'

Jahangiri pointed out that the main US program in the current situation was to make the Iranian nation disappointed with the future of the country and the Islamic system, specified, 'Especially the moves and actions that some people do is unwittingly playing in the court of the Americas.”

The high-ranking official said the system of the Islamic Republic continues to face up to all problems due to its goals, aspirations, prosperity, independence and the establishment of Islam in various aspects of government, although it faces some problems, but people are loyal to the system.

Jahangiri commented, “Iran should not be compared to European countries, but should be compared with oil countries like Saudi Arabia, and when we look at Iran's industrial strength, it is above these countries.”

Referring to the country's move to industrialization, he added, 'All major industrial projects in Iran have been launched by the domestic experts in terms of design, engineering, and computing.'

'We are today, in the true sense of the constructing country of power plants of the country, and we are taking part in international tenders for the construction of power plants around the world,' said the vice president of Iran.

He said that the United States was launching economic warfare without knowing the capabilities of Iran and its specialist forces and therefore pushes it to prevent oil exports, but it cannot.


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