Remarks by Honorable Vice President Mike Pence
Washington, DC, October 28, 2021
Thank you all.
Washington, DC, Thank you for that warm welcome. And it is my great honor to address the Free Iran 2021 summit. Today, along with all of you, thousands of freedom loving people across
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Thank you all so much. That’s an amazing welcome. I hope you are as happy after my remarks. I think you will.
Thank you, Amir, for that kind introduction. It is such a blessing for me to be with you all today. It is a special
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