[size=36]Abdullahian reveals the details of his meeting with a delegation sent by Mohamed Morsi to Tehran[/size]
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, the Special Assistant to the President of the Iranian Parliament for International Affairs, Amir Hussein Abdullahian, revealed talks he had with a delegation sent by former Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to Tehran.
Amir Hussein Abdullahian spoke during a forum entitled "The role of Soleimani in the security and stability of the region and the world," today, Sunday, about his visit to Egypt in 2012, where he said: "In the pinnacle of developments in Egypt in 2012 and after Morsi was elected president of Egypt and he is from the Muslim Brotherhood, I went to Egypt and decided to visit the close circle of Morsi Iran, where they came and signed agreements with us. "
He stated that "when the Egyptian delegation visited Tehran, he asked to meet Qasim Soleimani, even for five minutes, and they told us that Morsi asked them to meet Soleimani ... and they said that Soleimani supports the revolutionaries, and this matter is very good for us to say in Egypt that we met with General Soleimani."
Abdullahian stated that he “informed Qassem Soleimani that the Egyptian delegation wanted to meet with him, and his response was that if the Egyptians’ discussions were positive, I would meet them, and this is what he did, where he met them and exchanged greetings with them. ”
He made it clear that during Soleimani’s meeting with the Egyptian delegation, he made some observations but they did not work on them, noting that after the fall of Morsi he met some of them and stated that if they worked with Soleimani’s advice, he would not have come to them with what happened in Egypt. End 29 / h