„The relationship between Iran and the United States is a complicated and difficult question. There is a chronic wound, which is difficult to heal. However, it is not impossible provided there is goodwill and mutual respect between the two countries.“

— Хасан Рухани

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иранский политик, президент Ирана (с 2013) 1948
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