President in meetings with the new Lebanese, Comorian and South African ambassadors: World's independent states do their best for freedom, justice, peace and revival of humanity
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President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that the world's independent countries and nations are in the same front, adding that such countries should do their best for freedom, justice, peace and revival of humanity in view of their common stances.

President in meetings with the new Lebanese, Comorian and South African ambassadors:

World's independent states do their best for freedom, justice, peace and revival of humanity

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that the world's independent countries and nations are in the same front, adding that such countries should do their best for freedom, justice, peace and revival of humanity in view of their common stances.

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Thursday 25 April 2013 - 20:15

President Ahmadinejad made the remarks in meetings with the new Lebanese, Comorian and South African ambassadors to Iran here in Tehran on Thursday.

President Ahmadinejad called for unity among the world's independent states, saying that no power can damage the relations among nations.

Dr.Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has warned that possible use of force in the Middle East would threaten the entire region.

“Regional issues should be resolved through dialogue because resorting to force would threaten the security of the entire region,” Dr.Ahmadinejad said on Thursday as he received credentials of Lebanon’s new ambassador to Iran, Fadi Hajj Ali.

He added that the interference of “foreigners and their lackeys” could not bring about a lasting solution to regional problems.

Dr.Ahmadinejad noted that the Western governments are stoking insecurity in the region in a bid to “disintegrate the countries in the region,” saying that the only way to neutralize their conspiracies is “very close and continuous cooperation among all countries and people in the region.”

For his part, the Lebanese ambassador said he would make utmost efforts to improve relations between Tehran and Beirut.

Voicing concern over the spillover of Syria unrest into other regional countries, including Lebanon, the ambassador said, “Like Iran, Lebanon stresses the necessity of preventing conflicts and insists on dialogue and resolution of issues based on an internal solution,” the diplomat added.

'If independent nations such as Iran and Niger become united … no power will be able to taint the relations between the two nations,' said Dr.Ahmadinejad.

'The enemies do not want friendly ties among brothers and are constantly involved in plotting and propaganda, but the will of the nations and governments will overcome the desire of the enemies,' he added.

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