Tehran (IP) - Referring to Erdogan's divisive remarks, Iran's Tabriz MP said that the Iranian people unitedly condemned the Turkish president's move.

Iran Press/Iran news: In the open session of the Parliament, Representative of Tabriz in the Islamic Consultative Assembly Mohammad-Reza Mir Taj al-Dini said the Iranian nation is united; because it has culture and roots.

"We declare that these divisive words of Erdogan are condemned," he stated.

He noted that the MPs are signing a statement condemning Erdogan's divisive remarks.

Khomeini's representative Alireza Nazari also strongly condemned the Turkish president's remarks, saying Erdogan himself did not understand what he was saying.

He advised the Turkish president to review the history of the Islamic Republic of Iran at least once.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan traveled to Baku to attend a military parade of Azerbaijani forces on the occasion of the end of the occupation of the Nagorno-Karabakh region, reciting verses from a separatist poem about the Aras River on the Iranian-Azerbaijani border against the territorial integrity of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Today's (Sunday) open session of the Islamic Consultative Assembly began chaired by Mohammad Bagher Ghalibaf.

A bill to amend some articles of the Presidential Election Law of the Islamic Republic of Iran is on the agenda.


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