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Compensating victims of Mina is Tehran's least request from Riyadh

Service : Politic
Tehran, Feb 14, ICANA – A lawmaker said here on Tuesday that compensating the victims of Mina tragic incident from Saudi Arabia is considered as the least request of Iran for resumption of Hajj pilgrimage.
Tuesday, February 14, 2017 5:17:15 PM
Compensating victims of Mina is Tehran's least request from Riyadh

Touching upon Saudi Arabia's hostile policies against Iran, Farhad Falahati told ICANA that the perspective for resumption of Hajj rituals is not clear.  

Pointing to Riyadh's delay in making arrangements for this year's Hajj pilgrimage, Falahati noted that Saudi Arabia is highly under the influence of US.

"On one hand, Saudi Arabia does not want to lose the Iranian pilgrims, and is seeking to play a positive role in Middle East, in the other hand, Riyadh is entirely under the influence of US and the American agents in the region," the lawmaker noted.

On Feb 13, Spokesman for the National Security and Foreign Policy Committee of Majlis, Seyyed Hossein Naqavi Hosseini said that Iran has two conditions for conducting Hajj rituals, adding that Iran do not want Mina bitter incident once again happen for its citizens.

Naqavi Hosseini added Iran is ready to resume Iranians' participation in Hajj pilgrimage if Saudi Arabia accepts Tehran’s conditions which will ensure the dignity and security of the Iranian pilgrims.

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