Discussion held in Dhaka in memory of Iran’s martyred President Raisi

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A memorial discussion took place on Sunday at the Iran Cultural Center in Dhaka to mark the 40th day since the martyrdom of Ayatollah Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi, the late president of the Islamic Republic of Iran, and his entourage.

Speakers at the event said President Raisi was a humanitarian person who worked very devotedly and relentlessly for the country and its people. He travelled extensively – from one city to another nationally and from one country to another internationally – in service to the nation.

The martyred Iranian president also worked for the global humanity and the oppressed people of the world, including Palestinians, they noted, adding that during his tenure, Iran’s relations with various countries, including many Muslim nations, grew stronger.

The speakers referred to President Raisi’s martyrdom, along with his entourage, as an irreparable loss not only to the Iranian nation and the broader Islamic community.

Pointing to the global mourning for President Raisi, with millions attending his funeral, they said that usually, when the president of a country dies, official mourning is held in that country. However, different countries and nations around the world mourned the martyrdom of Iran’s President Raisi.

Mentioning that the foundation of Iran’s Islamic revolution is now very strong, the speakers expressed confidence that despite the temporary crisis caused by Raisi’s martyrdom, Iran would overcome it quickly under the strong leadership of its supreme leader.

Following in the martyred President Raisi’s footsteps, they anticipated, Iran’s next president will lead the nation forward at a faster pace.

Iran’s Ambassador to Bangladesh Mansour Chavoshi, Vice-Chancellor of Global University Bangladesh Professor Dr Anisuzzaman and Assistant Editor of the Daily Inqilab Mehadi Hassan Palash attended the discussion as special guests, with Seyed Reza Mir Mohammadi, cultural counselor of the Iran Cultural Center in Dhaka, in the chair.

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