‘Amity strengthens independent nations’ resistance against hegemons’

March 5, 2011 - 0:0

TEHRAN -- President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said that a close cooperation among independent states will help strengthen their resistance against the arrogant powers.

Ahmadinejad made the remarks during a meeting with Bolivian President of the Chamber of Deputies Hector Arce and a number of Bolivian lawmakers in Tehran on Thursday.
Ahmadinejad said, “Brotherhood and amity among independent nations will not only strengthen their resistance against the imperialist powers, but it will also play a fundamental and constructive role in the promotion of a new world order.”
“Today, the people around the world have realized that the hegemonistic powers are facing many problems, are declining, and can no longer rule over the world. Therefore, the world is in need of a new order based on justice and kindness,” he stated.
The president added, “At a time that the arrogant powers are opposed to the dignity, independency, and progress of other countries, independent states’ support of each other would be a great blessing.”
The future belongs to all independent states in the world, he said.
Elsewhere in his remarks, Ahmadinejad said there are three obstacles in the way of promoting cooperation between Tehran and La Paz, namely, the forces of imperialism, geographical distance, and bureaucracy.
Arce described Iran-Bolivia ties as “growing” and expressed his country’s readiness to implement the agreements inked between the two countries