TEHRAN (FNA)- Leaders of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) member states convened in Tehran's Summit Hall on Friday night to issue a final statement after two days of talks in Tehran.
During the two-day meeting presided by Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad a number of 63 leaders of the NAM member states conveyed their opinions to their counterparts in the largest international grouping after the UN.
The summit meeting is due to issue a final statement at the closing ceremony, which reportedly has over 680 paragraphs on various topics, including opposition to aliens' interference in Syria's internal affairs, opposition to the unilateral sanctions against countries and also supporting countries' independence.
Earlier tonight, a source told FNA that includes several paragraphs in support of Iran's right to use civilian nuclear technology, sources said.
An informed source told FNA Friday evening that the 680-paragraph statement will cover a wide range of topics including:
opposition to political misuse of human rights
necessity of nuclear disarmament
opposition to racism and Islamophobia
developing a mechanism to follow up on NAM's approvals and decisions through a secretariat
support for Iran's right to make a peaceful use of the nuclear energy
opposition to the United States' unilateral sanctions
support for the Palestinian people's rights