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News number: 8806220998

15:30 | 2009-09-13

Politics

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Internal Opponents, Zionist Lobbies Seeking to Disrupt Ahmadinejad's UN Visit

TEHRAN (FNA)- Zionist lobbies as well as internal opponents of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad are striving to raise hurdles in the way of Ahmadinejad's upcoming visit to New York.



Zionist lobbies have already started their plots to disrupt or stop the visit, cautioning about the possible effects and consequences of Ahmadinejad's address to the UN General Assembly which is expected to be against the hegemonic powers.

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is scheduled to visit New York to attend the 64th session of the UN General Assembly due to open on 15 September.

The Zionist lobbies and their American supporters have also exerted much pressure on the manager of Ahmadinejad's hosting hotel in New York in an effort to force him not to receive the Iranian President.

Ahmadinejad's internal opponents, too, are sending emails to the same hotel in New York calling for the same act.

The move came as the presidential office announced that it is working on Ahmadinejad's itinerary for the visit to New York, mentioning that the office has received a number of requests and proposals in the same regard.

Meeting Iranian expatriates in the US, conferring with the participating heads of state, attending interviews with US media, meeting different religious leaders and addressing American students are among the same requests which might be included in Ahmadinejad's agenda for the trip.

The United Nations General Assembly meeting to be opened in two weeks will study subjects, including maintenance of international peace and security, promotion of sustained economic growth and sustainable development in accordance with the relevant resolutions of the General Assembly and recent United Nations conferences.

Also the development of Africa, promotion of human rights, effective coordination of humanitarian assistance efforts, promotion of justice and international law, disarmament, drug control, crime prevention and combating international terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and organizational, administrative and other matters are to be discussed during the meeting.