Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Monday responded to letters by Palestinian resistance leaders, hailing their fight against Israel as a divine struggle against oppression and predicting that they will win the battle.
The chief of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas called for the Muslim world to take up a firm stance in support of the residents of the occupied Al-Quds and adopt proper measures to stop Israel’s aggression in the holy city.
The Medical Council of the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRIMC) urged the World Health Organization (WHO) to help Tehran find access to coronavirus vaccines while US “unilateral” and “illegitimate” sanctions have hampered Iran’s fight against COVID-19.
The United States has no right to abuse mechanisms enshrined in a 2015 nuclear deal to restore UN sanctions against Tehran after they were lifted under the accord, said Iran’s foreign minister in a letter to the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres on Thursday.
A senior Hamas official praised the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei for sending a note of support to the Palestinian resistance movement, saying the letter shows Iran will not leave Palestine alone in the face of Israeli and American plots.
Iran's culture and Islamic guidance minister in a Twitter message said the open letter wrote recently by a group of Iranian artists, calling their counterparts to take action against the US sanctions in time of coronavirus, was widely reflected in the Western countries.
The UK Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has suggested that the Prime Minister may in fact sabotage Brexit with a second letter to EU leaders against granting an extension.