آخر تحديث للصفحة الجمعة, 10 آب 2012
Ahmadinejad Hopes Constructive Decisions to Solve Crisis in Syria will Come out of Tehran Consultative Meeting
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad hoped that that the consultative meeting on Syria which was held in Tehran on Thursday will yield constructive decisions to help solve the crisis in Syria.
During his meeting on Thursday with the delegations who took part in the consultative meeting, Ahmadinejad said that the countries and peoples who aspire for reforms have to be united and defend justice and peoples' rights, indicating that the world now needs radical reforms, especially on the level of the international organizations.
The Iranian President said that the world's great powers and colonial countries seek to control the peoples of the world through fake reform slogans.
Ahmadinejad pointed to a small group of wealthy and powerful people defined freedom, democracy and justice according to their own criteria, adding that the ''only solution is to allow everyone the opportunity to govern the world.''
Ahmadinejad said that as reforms are needed in the world, some countries do not respect the will of peoples and disregard the rights of citizens of their own citizens .''Take the US for example where there are only two parties qualified to rule.''
Tehran hosted a consultative meeting on Syria on Thursday, attended by 30 countries, including Russia, China, Iraq, Algeria, Venezuela, Cuba, Ecuador, Pakistan, Tajikistan and Afghanistan, and a reprehensive of the UN Secretary-General.
The participants stressed in their final statement the importance of solving the crisis in Syria according to the international resolutions and non-interference in the internal affairs of countries, and respecting national sovereignty and the territorial integrity of other nations.