Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a statement on this occasion and stressed that Zionist regime is the source of insecurity in the world.
The International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People is observed by the United Nations on or around November 29 each year.
In a statement released on this occasion on Saturday night, Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs condemned the occupation of Palestine and the organized inhuman crime of the Zionist regime against the residents of this holy land for being the origin of one of the longest-running global crises.
The actions of the Zionist regime are the root of many problems and conflicts not only in the Middle East and the Muslim world, but also on a global scale, the statement read.
Iran’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, while underlining Iran’s continuous all-out support for the liberation of these oppressed people, called on the international community to dedicate proper consideration and effort to the roots of the continuation of crisis in Palestine and ways to overcome it.
The Ministry also warned in its statement that the continuation of this regime’s aggressive policies would only lead to the strengthening of extremism and much wider-scale crises in the region and beyond.
A ceremony to mark the International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People took place on Saturday at the Institute for Political and International Studies (IPIS), in collaboration with the embassy of Palestine and UN office in Tehran.