Seyed Ali Saghaian: There Is No Political Crisis In Iran

SEYED ALI SAGHAIAN: THERE IS NO POLITICAL CRISIS IN IRAN

Noyan Tapan
July 1, 2009

YEREVAN, JULY 1, NOYAN TAPAN. "There is no political crisis in
Iran, Iran has kept is sovereignty and has not lost its good name,"
Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Islamic Republic of
Iran to Armenia Seyed Ali Saghaian stated during his July 1 meeting
with journalists. In his words, in spite of West’s efforts to cause
problems for Iran, Iran managed to smooth over all problems, "glorious
elections took place in Iran."

According to Seyed Ali Saghaian, post-electoral developments in Iran
and Armenia cannot be compared. He connects the events that occurred
in 2008 in Armenia with West’s wish to carry out velvety revolutions
in CIS states, which "was prevented thanks to Armenian leaders’
reasonable steps."

In connection with Iran’s future the Ambassador said that within
the Constitution and laws any change is acceptable. He said that
new appointments of ministers and ambassadors will take place in the
future, and the new generation in itself will bring changes.

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