World Against Violence and Extremism (WAVE)
The latest news and views about the World Against Violence and Extremism (WAVE) initiative proposed by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and approved by the UN General Assembly in 2013
Iran’s envoy to the UN on Thursday strongly condemned the ongoing violence against the Rohingya Muslims, and urged the world to combat the growing extremism and intolerance that has resulted in such plight.
Addressing the ECFR 2017 in Berlin, Iranian foreign minister has noted Europe has the capability to help resolve the ongoing conflicts in the Persian Gulf region, as it did in the case of Iran nuclear deal.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says that dialogue and moderation are twin remedies for many ills of our times.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has offered his heart-felt congratulation to Antonio Guterres on his election as the new UN secretary general, expressing the hope that he would engage in an all-out fight against extremism and help find peaceful solutions to the crises in Syria and Yemen.
If the region doesn't take seriously President Rouhani's World Against Violence and Extremism (WAVE) initiative, it will be in for a dangerous fate, Aboutalebi said.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif describes violent extremism as "probably the most critical challenge" menacing the Middle East and the entire world.
The chairman of Expediency Council has said that the late Imam did not approve of violence as a means to push the revolution’s agenda.
Zarif lashed out at countries which employ double standards with regard to violence, including the crises in Syria and Yemen.
The minister of culture and Islamic guidance and the president Rouhani’s chief of staff attended an opening ceremony of a poster exhibition dubbed “World Free of Violence”.
President Rouhani put forward ten solutions for the battle against violence and extremism in his opening address at a Tehran anti-terrorism conference.
President Rouhani has called for closer regional and international cooperation to build a violence-free world.