Tehran boasts Islamic unity against Trump’s Quds move

December 23, 2017

TEHRAN – Presidential Chief of Staff Mahmoud Vaezi on Thursday hailed the unity of the Islamic world for prompt reaction to U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to move the U.S. embassy Tel Aviv to al-Quds (Jerusalem).

Vaezi made the remarks to reporters upon his arrival in Heydar Aliyev International Airport, Baku. He visited Baku to attend an international conference, titled “2017 – Year of Islamic Solidarity: Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue”.

He said Tehran is seeking to bring unity among Islamic countries and nations, IRNA reported.

MH/PA

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