Feb 15, 2019, 7:13 PM
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Polish youth deplore Warsaw meeting

London, Feb 15, IRNA – Iran’s Ambassador in London Hamid Baeidinejad said on Friday that a group of Polish youth in a letter to Iran’s Embassy deplored holding Warsaw meeting as a result of the US and Zionist regime's pressures, describing the move as against the country’s national interests.

In a tweet message late on Friday, Baeidinejad released a copy of the letter reading ‘we regret that Polish government has engaged itself in anti-Iran propaganda and we ensure that the Polish people do not endorse antagonistic policies against Tehran aimed at damaging the two countries’ historic and cultural ties.’

Writers of the letter added that despite political developments in Poland, the government is still dominated by the communist elements and they are controlling courts, banks and many other state organizations.

The letter, which seems written before the start of the event, said the opposition groups intended to hold a meeting simultaneously with the major event in the parliament to deal with Poland’s ties with the Middle East.

Warsaw meeting was held from February 13-14 with a focus on Iran’s regional activities. It was attended by the US and its allies including Persian Gulf kingdoms.
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