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News number: 9107112042

15:07 | 2012-10-11

Politics

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Ahmadinejad: World Security Order Should Protect All Nations

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad blasted the current world order, and said the global security order should protect all nations' stability and secure their progress.



"All nations around the world are dealing with crises which they did not have a role in making them; the world security order should secure all nations' stability and progress," Ahmadinejad said in a meeting with new Finland's new Ambassador to Tehran Harri Kamarainen.

Finland's envoy to Tehran, presented his credentials to the Iranian president, and said that the two countries' relations have a positive trend and asked for further development of the two states' relations.

Pointing to Iran's high diplomatic position in the world, he underlined that his country after having 90 years of experience in active diplomacy, should learn lots of things from the Iranians friends.

President Ahmadinejad has on many occasion underlined the necessity and need for the establishment of a new world order, saying that the current unjust order has failed to resolve global problems and, thus, reached its end.

He underlined that corrupt rulers are trying to maintain their power through intimidation, pressure, misinformation and propaganda campaign.