- - Wednesday, July 24, 2019

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

My friends and I in Romania know what it is like to live under a brutal regime. Thirty years ago, the people stood for their belief in freedom and democracy. In those days the brutal regime was gone.

This is our hope that very soon the brutal and criminal regime will fall. Faith, love, and hope are everlasting. Your love for the people in Iran is motivating you and us to do what we do and fight against this terrorism and this criminal regime. Your hope brings you here year after year. We hope that one day very soon this regime will fall. We hope to do our best for our nation and every single human being that deserves freedom.

I want to especially thank those representing different nations today. We should do what we can do to ensure this freedom comes for the Iranian people. I hope more nations come to this conclusion that we all have to do our best to provide full freedom for the Iranian people.

We congratulate and support Madam Rajavi. Freedom for the Iranian people.

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