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Hamas Keen on Better Ties
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Hamas Keen on Better Ties

The head of Hamas International Relations Department highlighted Iran’s massive support for the Palestinian nation and said Hamas is willing to boost relations with Tehran. Speaking to an Arabic-language Palestinian newspaper, Osama Hamdan said Hamas is keen to promote relations with all countries in line with the interests of the Palestinian people, Tasnim News Agency reported on Friday.
He praised the growing ties between the Islamic Republic and Hamas, and said the relationship dates back to 25 years. “Iran’s support for anti-Israeli resistance groups and Palestinians is completely clear and evident,” he said. Accompanied by a high-ranking delegation from Hamas, Hamdan recently visited Iran to take part in last week’s swearing-in ceremony for the reelected President Hassan Rouhani. Speaking at a meeting with the Hamas delegation in Tehran last Monday, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif underlined that Iran is determined to continue its support for the Palestinian cause and the anti-Israeli resistance. “The Islamic Republic’s policy on Palestine is principled and unchanging,” the top diplomat said.

 

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