“A government should be established there which is elected by the votes and the will of the people,” the Iranian President said.
Iran President Raisi spoke on Thursday during a meeting with visiting Pakistani foreign minister to Tehran, saying other nations should only play the role of a “facilitator for establishing a broad-based and inclusive government with the presence of all people and groups.”
Iran remains among the countries hardest hit by the virus in the world and the worst hit in the Middle East. The capital Tehran and more than 90 other cities and towns have been declared red zones that require up to 70 per cent of office staff to work from their homes
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated Iran's newly elected president Ebrahim Raisi, and said he looked forward to working with him.
Rouhani stressed on Saturday that the competition will resume under the terms of a strict health protocol.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said that the country's final response to General Qasem Soleimani's death would be to expel all US forces out of the region.