No country can harm Iran’s relations with intl. community: president

September 25, 2007

TEHRAN -- Iran’s relations with the world are unassailable, President Mahmud Ahmadinejad said in New York on Sunday.

Since the Iranian nation has always sought peace and lasting security through the establishment of justice and spirituality, no country can harm Iran’s relations with the international community, Ahmadinejad told Iranian reporters on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly meeting.
“We believe that inhumane actions are not acceptable under any pretext,” he stated, adding that by preventing war, bloodshed, and hostility, the world can be managed in a better way.
All peoples are in favor of cordial relations with Iran, unlike some governments that are making every effort to conspire against the Islamic Republic, which is not something new, he noted.
The recent International Atomic Energy Agency report showed that the West’s allegations about the country are “totally untrue” and this legal body has accepted Iran’s position, which has led the enemies to an impasse, the president opined.
He went on to say that no country has the right to occupy other countries and commit terrorist acts, and this is Iran’s clear stance