Ahmadinejad: We do not have any confrontation with anyone
September 26, 2009
In an interview with NPR Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said, ""We do not have confrontations with anyone.”Ahmadinejad said, “We seek relations based on respect and justice.”
On what steps might help ease relations between Iran and the United States, Ahmadinejad said, ""We've never entered the United States and caused problems for the people here, but the American government has done that to us. So, our first proposal is that the government has to stop doing that.""
Ahmadinejad said except the U.S. and a few of its European allies almost all countries in the world support Iran’s nuclear program.
“The people of the world, the majority actually, support our stand. One hundred eighteen member states of NAM have declared their commitment to our program and supported it. The Non-Aligned Movement. And 57 member states of the OIC, the Organization of the Islamic Conference, too have supported our position.