Iran president to call for end of Gaza genocide in OIC meeting: FM

Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian has emphasized that President Ebrahim Raisi will use the opportunity of his presence in the extraordinary summit of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) in Riyadh to put forward important suggestions regarding the end of Israeli war crimes in the Gaza Strip.

Prior to the departure of the Iranian delegation to Saudi Arabia to take part in the extraordinary summit, Amirabdollahian said on Saturday that in order to use the opportunity, the Iranian president will propose key suggestions in respect to halting war crimes and genocide in Gaza, as well as calling for delivery of humanitarian aid to the besieged region, and combating forced displacement of Gaza residents.

According to the top diplomat, the Iranian chief executive is expected to underline that the resistance movement of Hamas is a Palestinian liberation faction.

During the short trip, President Raisi will hold talks with certain influential leaders of the OIC member states on the issue of Palestine as well as bilateral cooperation with those nations.

The OIC summit in Riyadh is supposed to send a strong message to warmongers in the West Asia region and pave the way for the end of war crimes and genocide in Palestine, the minister noted.

The Iranian president left Tehran for Riyadh on Saturday morning with the aim of pursuing deterrent strategies in the face of the Israeli regime and to take part in the OIC extraordinary meeting. Raisi was seen off by deputy head of the Iranian Supreme Leader's office on international affairs and communications Mohsen Qomi

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