Big powers divide world’s people to plunder their wealth: president

May 21, 2008 - 0:0

TEHRAN (IRNA) -- President Mahmud Ahmadinejad said here on Tuesday that the big and corrupt powers are sowing seeds of discord in different parts of the world, trying to plunder wealth of nations and filling their own pockets.

President Ahmadinejad told Ghanaian Foreign Minister Akwasi Osei-Adjei, “One should prudently resist plots of the bullying powers.”
He said that African leaders are prudently defending rights and culture of their own nations.
“Cooperation and solidarity with African states in their campaign against the bullying powers is the absolute policy of the Islamic Republic of Iran.”
He added that today, major part of the African continent is stable and calm.
“The African Union and the elite and dignitaries in Africa should wisely solve certain minor problems as soon as possible.”
Stressing that expansion of mutual cooperation will serve the interests of both Iranian and Ghanaian nations as well as independent nations, while being harmful for the plundering powers, Ahmadinejad said efforts should be made to use all the abundant capacities for promoting bilateral ties in different spheres.
“There is no limit for expansion of relations between Iran and Ghana,” said Ahmadinejad, adding that Iran is ready to share its valuable achievements in different fields with Ghana.
Osei-Adjei said for his part that African states want to solve their problems through mutual cooperation.
“Ghana wants expansion of relations and cooperation with Iran,” he added.
Referring to Iran's achievements in different fields, Osei-Adjei said Ghana is keen on using Iran's valuable experience and achievements in different educational, agricultural, power, energy and economic fields.