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Full text of speech by Fatmir Mediu at Grand Gathering – 2017

Jul 29
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Fatmir Mediu
Fatmir Mediu

By Staff Writer, Iran Probe

Saturday, 29 July 2017

Thank you very much. It is a great pleasure and honor to be with you today here once more. Every day that goes through I am more convinced and honored that as Albanians we have taken the right decision to make you part of our family and part of our country. Doing this we have honored our tradition but also we have respected our friends. In times of our history, in times of great decisions, in times of need for Albania we have had close to us good friends especially from United States starting with our independence, NATO membership and Kosovo independence. What I see today, a lot of friends that I met during the years, Mayor Giuliani, Newt Gingrich, generals, wonderful people, then Tom Ridges, Torricelli, everybody from the American delegation, I think that we all together did something great. We gave the shelter, but now we are building the hope for the future of free Iran.

And as we are gathering here from different parts of the world, I just want to say if the world is silent in what is going on in Iran and other parts of the world, maybe the problems will knock on our doorstep. Now it is time to stand all together and do the best for free Iran, and have that we all together work for the people of Iran.

I have had the privilege to get to know your wonderful and brave leader Madame Rajavi. You have a leader that knows the way, a leader that goes the way, a leader that shows the way. Her action has inspired you and us to dream more, to learn more, to do more and to become more, free Iran, to love your nation and to love Iran as your family. More I get to know you, the more I love you. More I get to know your history my heart is filled with pain but also my spirit is filled with hope and all together toward for the future. More I meet and to listen to you I see that future belongs to the people that fight for the right cause. God of life and liberty is the God that we all have to pray. Your fight for life is your fight for what God has given to you. Your fight for freedom is the fight to meet and fulfill God's will. Your fight for pursue of happiness is what godly people have to build the future, with what God has offered and provided to us, that we have to work all together. You are fighting for liberty for life to build your future. Please stand, keep your face always toward the sunshine and the shadows will fall behind you. And I want to close my short speech to build that bridge of Madam Rajavi about Declaration of Independence and a member of Congress Garrett, it is also a piece that tells what we fight for, that to secure the right that governments are instituted among men deriving their just powers from the consent of governed. You are the people that have to give the vote for free Iran you have to decide with your vote what the future of Iran will be.

God bless you all God bless Iran, thank you.

Fatmir Mediu, current Chairman of the Republican Party of Albania, former Minister of Defense, and Minister of Environment, Forests & Water Administration

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