President Of Iran: Regional States Do Not Need NATO Interference To

PRESIDENT OF IRAN: REGIONAL STATES DO NOT NEED NATO INTERFERENCE TO SOLVE THEIR PROBLEMS

ArmInfo
2008-09-17 12:40:00

ArmInfo. President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Tuesday said promotion
of relations between Iran and Armenia at bilateral, regional and
international levels will relay a message of friendship to the world,
IRNA reports.

"Regional states do not need NATO interference to solve their
problems," said Ahmadinejad in a meeting with Armenian Foreign
Minister Edward Nalbandian. He said cooperation between Tehran and
Yerevan can set a model for others.

He went on to say that expansion of relations with Armenia is the
definite policy of Iran. "There is no limit on expansion of relations
with Armenia," he added.

Ahmadinejad said unipolar system has been almost demolished and its
consequences are visible throughout the world, so efforts should be
made to build a new order on the basis of which friendship and peace
can be established.

Nalbandian for his part touched on the Caucasus events and said the
events indicate that the region is in a sensitive situation. "So,
we should think of new ways for expansion of mutual ties," he added.

Iranian and Armenian foreign ministers in Tehran on Tuesday
exchanged views on the latest developments in the Caucasus region
and reviewed ways out of the current crisis. Speaking to reporters
after the meeting, Manouchehr Mottaki said that in his meeting with
Edward Nalbandyan, the two ministers also discussed promotion of
Tehran-Yerevan relations.

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