Nation should cherish 'its great men, heroes'

TEHRAN, Apr. 10 (MNA) – Head of AEOI has said the legacy of the Revolution has only been left for nation for sacrifice and efforts of exceptional men and heroes whom should be cherished.

Mr. Ali Akbar Salehi who was speaking during a visit to Holy Defense Museum on Monday on the occasion of the National Nuclear Technology Day (April 9), believed that any nation would have abandoned their heroes in the abysses should they forget them and their glorious history; "to preserve such legacy of the Revolution, the nation should believe such great men and their achievements and who had left the priceless legacy for the generations to come as well as the current generation," he told reporters. 
Salehi also said that as the country had successfully faced sanctions and decades of restrictions by the global imperialism, it would also successfully cross the precipice of Donald Trump to embrace happiness; "they had been grappling with the phenomenon of Trump, but failed to cement their elements of power which had been mainly industry and economy; the element of culture is missing for them and this will be their retribution," he emphasized. 
In terms of nuclear achievements, head of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran said that a nuclear hospital with a focus on burning and accidents in Arak would be on the line for opening. 


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