Mohammad-Mehdi Esmaeili added that the Iranian administration makes great attempts to create cultural justice in the country, wrote.

The minister made the statement during his visit to Kabudrahang County in Hamedan Province in a program to commemorate the anniversary of the people who were martyred on October 29, 1979.

Esmaeili added that justice needs to be inclusive in the country and will be implemented based on each province’s capacities.

The county has had great figures and thinkers, adding that since the coronavirus outbreak, there have been few opportunities to commemorate martyrs, Esmaeili noted.

“It is our responsibility in the ministry and government to attach a significance on commemoration of martyrs,” he noted.

Iranians feel that officials are aware of their responsibilities while being among the people and listening to their problems, the minister added.

Source: Iran Daily