- - Wednesday, July 18, 2018

I would like to turn our thoughts to (Tirana), in other words, to my friends in Ashraf. Your efforts, our commitment, and the United Nations support, sheltered you The situation in Iran is changing. Yes, the Iran situation is no longer in favor of extremists. Yes, the wind is rising in favor of people. Yes, people don’t want factions in power. People want democracy, peace, without corruption.

Former French Minister of Foreign Affairs Philippe Douste-Blazy has also served as U.N. Under-Secretary-General on innovative financing for development.

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