"The government's aim is to improve Iran's image in the world ... to safeguard people's rights ... to end poverty ... to protect the religious democracy and our people's votes", Rouhani said in a speech at the ceremony.
Uzbekistan's delegation led by Chairman of the Senate (upper house of the Uzbek parliament) Nigmatulla Yuldashev will take part in the inauguration ceremony of Iran's President Hassan Rouhani, the Uzbek Foreign Ministry's press service said in a message.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Leader of the Islamic Revolution, on Thursday called on the new government of President Hassan Rouhani to prioritize resolution of people's problems, establish "extensive interaction" with the outside world, and strongly resist against "domineering" powers.
But his quest to boost fragile relations with the West into financial infusions to rebuild Iran's oil-based economy has been slowed by investors' fears of pre-existing U.S. sanctions, and suspicions among powerful followers of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei of any rise in Western influence.
Rohani, a 68-year-old self-proclaimed moderate, won a second term in May.
Inflation remains weak in eurozone despite stronger growth
Since 2008, UK GDP is 11 per cent higher, compared to 6 per cent higher in the eurozone. Input prices rose at the slowest pace in more than a year, according to the survey.
The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was signed in July 2015 and was implemented in January 2016. "I declare once again that with the election concluded, the time for unity and cooperation has begun". He called on "all those who seek the greatness of the country" to support him on his second term.
Khamenei applauded the high turnout and "enthusiastic participation" in the May election as "signs of the success of the Islamic regime in reinforcing the republican and popular character of the revolutionary regime".
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