US lifts anti-Iran sanctions: Ibrahim Raisi
Dubai: President Ibrahim Raisi, who won a landslide victory in last week’s election in Iran, does not want to meet US President Joe Biden. They will not discuss Iran’s ballistic missile program or talk about regional military cooperation with the US president.
He said the United States is expected to lift all sanctions against Iran. He said this while addressing the first press conference in Tehran. Raisi, the head of the judiciary, described himself as a human rights defender when asked about his involvement in the 1988 massacre of 5,000 people.
Supreme leader Ibrahim Raisi, who was banned by the United States for his involvement in Iran’s genocide, has won the fewest votes in the country’s history. Millions of Iranians ignored the vote, feeling that the election was a pro-Raisi event.
Of those who voted, 3.7 million had aggressively or intentionally canceled their ballots. This figure was much higher than in the previous elections. Some voters did not approve of any of the four candidates for the presidency. In the official result, Raisin got 1.79 crore votes, which is about 62 percent of the total 2.89 crore votes.