Nations no longer tolerate US-backed dictators: Larijani

March 3, 2011 - 0:0

TEHRAN -- Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani has said that the awakened nations of the Arab world will no longer tolerate the dictators who are backed by the United States.

Larijani made the remarks during a meeting with Bolivian President of the Chamber of Deputies Hector Arce in Tehran on Tuesday.
The developments that are taking place in Arab countries will change global equation, Larijani stated.
Larijani also said, “The independent countries should realize their great potentials to affect the ongoing developments.”
Larijani added Iran and Latin American countries must promote their cooperation in various spheres.
“Independent countries should enhance their economic cooperation and political consultations in international forums,” Larijani suggested.
Elsewhere in his remarks, the senior Iranian lawmaker announced Tehran’s readiness to share its experiences with Bolivia in the areas of technical engineering, agriculture, car manufacturing, and pharmacy.
Arce said Iran and Bolivia share common views on various international issues, particularly those related to the oppressive policy adopted by the United States.
The ongoing developments in the international arena would strengthen cooperation between Iran and Bolivia, he said.
The Bolivian official also met with Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi on Wednesday.
Arce arrived in Tehran on Tuesday for a four-day official visit