A cargo Ship carrying 2,500 tons of humanitarian aid will leave for Yemen within the next two days, said Ali Asghar Ahmadi.
The demonstrators called on international organizations to immediately react to savage attacks on Yemen and help end the conflict.
The destruction of economic infrastructure in Yemen and the prevention of aid delivery to the war-wracked country run counter to Islamic ethics, said Shamkhani.
The recent US bill on forming three separate Shiite, Sunni and Kurd states in Iraq is a dream which won’t come true, because the Iraqi nation is well aware of the plot, said Ahmad Khatami.
Iran has dismissed Saudi foreign minister’s allegation that Tehran is interfering in Yemen, saying Riyadh is playing a blame game on the Yemeni crisis.
Professor Abbas Vali, a Turkish theorist, has said that the threat of Daesh is likely to grow in the Sunni-majority Turkey.
Kayhan daily has published a report on US violation of its promises that Washington will not support any ethnicity in Iraq.
Yemen’s blockade is an inhumane scenario, leading to a severe shortage of basic necessities, said Afkham.
The crime being committed in different parts of the region and Yemen today is a scandal for those who claim to be supporters of human rights, said the Judiciary spokesman.
The US Congress is opposed to a nuclear deal and the Zionist lobby has gone into overdrive, we shouldn’t cause trouble for those who stand up for our rights, Rafsanjani said.