Rouhani said the government will stand by the flood-hit people, adding that he had ordered the acceleration of the relief operations in Sistan province.
TEHRAN (Iran News) – Flash floods in Iran’s southeastern province of Sistan and Balouchestan have inflicted damages to more than 20,000 residential buildings, a provincial official said. Heavy rains in southern areas of the province triggered the sudden flooding, Abbasali Arjmandi, director-general of Sistan and Balouchestan Crisis Management Center told Tasnim on Sunday. He added […]
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