TEHRAN, Nov. 27 (Press Shia) – The head of the Expediency Council on Monday emphasized on the unity between Shia and Sunni as a way to foil enemies’ plots.
The Head of the Expediency Council Ayatollah Shahroudi made the remark in a meeting with the Afghan Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Afghanistan Mohammad Mohaghegh this Monday afternoon and emphasized on the unity between Shia and Sunni as a way to foil enemies’ plots.
According to the Department of Public Relations of Iran’s Expediency Discernment Council, in the meeting Ayatollah Mahoud Hashemi Shahroudi told Mohammad Mohaghegh that “I would like to praise the struggles and sacrifices of the Afghan brothers in the fight against the Takfiri terrorists.”
The chairman of the Expediency Council warned against the US plots and the dangers of American attempts to divide the ranks of Muslim nations and added, “one of the major dangers facing the Afghan nation is the danger of American influence, because the United States wants to implement its sinister and divisive plans in Islamic societies like Iraq and Afghanistan.”
Ayatollah Shahroudi stressed on the need to expand economic cooperation among Iranian merchants and their Afghan counterparts saying “the long border between Iran and Afghanistan provide a good opportunity for Iran to help the Afghan brothers in their efforts to develop Afghanistan.
Also in the meeting, Mohammad Mohaqiq said that ISIL had horrible plans put Afghanistan in trouble Afghanistan, but with the help of God they were defeated in Iraq and Syria.
Referring to the successes obtained by Shia and Sunni unity in Afghanistan, the head of the Islamic Unity Party of Afghanistan, expressed his hope that the vigilance of the Afghan government and nation would lead to the complete failure of the US conspiracy in this country.
Mohammad Mohaghegh also referred to the role of the Joint Commissions for the Development of Relations between Afghanistan and Iran and presented a report on the implementation of the agreements between the two nations on water and transport issues to the head of the Expediency Council.