He put flowers to the martyrs ` shrine in the Islamic Revolution and Holy Defense Museum at the beginning of the ceremony, and then visited the museum”s halls.
After the visit, he said: “This museum is an impressive and amazing place to leave the visitor with an intimate sense of peace. A sense that is essential for the Middle East region.
He also added that the Islamic Revolution and Holy Defense Museum represents a great story of war, and this story emphasizes the need for peace.
He said the visitors, after passing through this museum, feel their selves a small person in a big battle, which made him feel responsible for the replacement of peace instead of the war.
The Dean of the Royal Danish of Defense College said: “The important point of this museum is the expression of the ugliness and disgrace and the human dimension of war, and how much we are responsible for preventing the war.”