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Iran advocate of oppressed People’ Iranian Justice Minister Morteza Bakhtiari Said,

som ir Iranian Justice Minister Morteza Bakhtiari has voiced the Islamic



Republic’s objection to bloodshed And oppression in any part of the




World, reiterating Iran’s advocacy of The oppressed people.



Based on Islamic teachings, the Iranian government and nation are against any kind of bloodshed and cruelty," ISNA quoted Bakhtiari as speaking in a meeting with Somali Parliament Speaker

Sharif Hassan Sheikh Aden in Tehran on Tuesday. he added that Iran’s fight against the global arrogance would be a good experience for Somali officials.

Iran possesses several documents on interfering efforts of certain countries, all of which can be made available to international circles,"

The Iranian minister said. the Somali official, for his part, said that his country suffers a Difficult situation and faces two major challenges,

including a two-decade-old civil war, in addition to drought and famine. he added that Countries opposed to an independent

Somali have been cooperating with groups engaged in the civil war and interfering in the country’s internal affairs for the past 10 years.

Sheikh Aden pointed out that Mogadishu wants Tehran to provide an all-out support for the African country in order to resist against enemies’ efforts.

It is expected that the Islamic Republic uses its positive influence in the best way to eradicate ominous phenomena in Somalia," the top Somali parliamentarian said.



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