Ahmadinejad says government to establish youth bank

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Monday announced that the government is making efforts to establish youth bank in the near future.

Speaking during a visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB), he added that the bank is scheduled to extend facilities, including loans, for marriage.

Accompanied by the head of IRIB, Ezzatollah Zarghami, he also noted that Iranians worldwide are united in calling for the country’s progress in all fields.

Visiting different sections of IRIB including Jam-e-Jam network, the president referred to the five provincial Qur’an networks and underlined the need for more attention to rich Qur’anic programs.

Asked about his assessment of one and half year of the government’s achievements, he noted that the ninth government has had very good achievements in all fields.

In the last stage of his visit, he inspected IRIB news network and held talks with reporters, editors-in-chief and managers of the network.

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