„One of the members indicated here that all this should have been done in secret. This was the intention; this never was supposed to be in the open. But in any case, the spies exposed it. We did not want to declare all this.“

—  Hassan Rowhani, In response to a question from an audience member
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siebter Präsident der islamischen Republik Iran 1948

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