Supreme Leader: Resistance Economy policies, inclusive, comprehensive

Tehran, Feb 25, IRNA – Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei termed the general policies of the Resistance Economy as comprehensive and inclusive and said it has to be implemented with the same degree of comprehensiveness.

The Supreme Leader made the remarks in a meeting with the heads of the three branches of government namely President Hassan Rouhani, Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani and the Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani on Monday.

Ayatollah Khamenei referred to the economic issues and the problems generated by such issues as the most urgent topics for the government and people and said once the general polices of the Resistance Economy are implemented much of the problems would hopefully be solved in the mid-term.

The Supreme Leader noted that the cabinet, the Parliament and the Judiciary have to seriously work to implement the content of the Resistance Economy policies.

President Rouhani also offered his views on the issue during the meeting with Ayatollah Khamenei.

He pointed to the imminent implementation of the second phase of the targeted subsidiary plan and said the government is determined to use the capacities of this plan to deal with such issues of production, employment and justice.

He referred to food security and public healthcare as two very important issues the cabinet has been focusing on since the very beginning of its work and noted oil, gas and petrochemicals are among other major axes of the Resistance Economy.

The President further stressed that the government is determined to raise the level of oil and gas production and work on development of petrochemical projects.

He said his cabinet will also endeavour to better use the capacities of the special economic and free zones particulalry in the realm of healthcare tourism as well as creating dynamism in export sector on the basis of the knowledge-based economy to best implement the policies of the Resistance Economy.



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