Russia Ambassador Wrote a Letter to Children of Iran

Russia Ambassador in Tehran congratulated children of Iran and their peers in other countries. Pointing at a Farsi proverb truthfulness “One must hear the truth from a child.” The ambassador says: “Only you could form such spirit-rising thoughts through which world of ours and yours can change for the better.

According to Kanoon General Directorate for Public Relations and International Affairs, H.E.  Levan Dzhagaryan, Plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Russian Federation to the Islamic Republic of Iran, has congratulated children of Iran and the world through a message for National Children’s Week. He has said, “On National Children’s Week in Iran, we can hear the voice of those who are more valuable than anything else.”

This year, on World Children's Day and National Children's Week, Iranian children wrote a letter to their peers in other countries translated by Kanoon and sent to embassies and international organizations.

The message by Russia Ambassador is as follows:

Dear Iranian Children and Children of the World!

We can hear the voice of the ones who are the most valuable in this world on National Children’s Week.

Undoubtedly, children are the main treasure in our world; an unlimited source of joy, laughter, delicacy, hope, inspiration and simple happiness of humanity. Children in particular are the ones who lead adults to victory. They ameliorate sorrows and bestow love and kindness to them. Even under the most sorrowful conditions. Only with the blessings of children will universal harmony and justice prevail.

By reading your sincere, brave, and honest message to the children of the world, I believe once again, in the truthfulness of the proverb, “One must hear the truth from children.” Only you could form such inspiring thoughts through which our world can change for the better. By relying on such thoughts, we must do our best to set up peace and help flourishing of all countries. Humanity must come to know that the main value and investing on it is especially you.

I greatly appreciate and thank National Children's Week organizers to give me the chance to hear and understand the voices of our dear children.

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