Ahmadinejad: There is no problem between Iran, Saudi Arabia

October 22, 2011 06:28


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Apart from problems imposed by Western interferences, there are no problems between Iran and Saudi Arabia, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in an exclusive interview with CNN early Saturday morning.

Referring to an alleged Iranian plot to kill the Saudi Ambassador in Washington, which Iran denies, Iranian president asked CNN interviewer, "why would we want to do that? To kill an ambassador of a brotherly country?"

Ahmadinejad declared that previously strains in relations between Iran and Egypt had been created by the West, adding that if the US did not meddle in the Middle East region then they would not be able to sell their arms. For this reason, he claimed that US purposely maintains tensions.

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