president Iranians not to overlook nuclear rights
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Wednesday that the Iranian nation will not overlook their nuclear right.
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Addressing a large group of local people in the city of Yasouj, capital of the southwestern province of Kohgilouyeh and Boyer Ahmad, he reiterated, "In the entire Iran, even one person is not found to withdraw from nuclear right one iota."
The Iranian nation will not permit anyone to compromise over its nuclear rights, he added.
President Ahmadinejad urged the US authorities not to make baseless allegations and abandon the colonial literature regarding the Iranian people.
The enemies are concerned over resistance of the Iranian nation to the bullying powers, he said, adding that they are hurt when they see that the Islamic Republic of Iran has turned to an appropriate pattern for all nations to follow suit.
The Iranian nation is interested in establishment of peace and friendship with all nations, he added.
President : Iranians give no value to US threats
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that Iranian nation gave no value to US power, wealth and threats.
The president said, "The US would become more isolated, if it continued to use the language of force." The president and his cabinet members arrived in the province Wednesday morning on the fourth provincial tour of President Ahmadinejad in the current Iranian year (started on March 21).
President Ahmadinejad advised the US officials to accept the existing realities of the changing world and try to adapt themselves with the new situation.
He assured the White House officials that they would not be capable of forcing Iranian nation by imposing of sanctions and pressures as well as threats to quit their absolute rights.
"Iranians will respond you with clenched fists," Ahmadinejad told the US officials who according to the president, did not feel any respect for justice and law as well as rights of other nations.
President Ahmadinejad advised the American officials to respect the rights of Iranians and "talks to them in a polite language."
President highlights Iran's capability to become a superpower
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad highlighted Iran's capability to become a superpower thanks to its rich culture and human resources.
The president voiced Tehran's readiness to "sit with world major powers and find a solution to aggressions, occupations, discrimination and bullying approaches." President Ahmadinejad stressed that Iran would negotiate with "every country, except the Zionist regime, based on justice, mutual respect and fair basis."
"We have always said that we would negotiate with all parties but no one has the right to set any condition for the talks," the president said.
He added, "If there should be any condition it should be set by the Iranian side," he stressed.
President Ahmadinejad and his cabinet members arrived in the province Wednesday morning on the fourth provincial tour of President Ahmadinejad in the current Iranian year (started on March 21).
Tehran, July 23, IRNA
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