Ahmadinejad reiterates right to nuclear power, says media a Zionist tool

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November 16, 2009 09:05


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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Monday reiterated that his country's rights on "the nuclear issue" are non-negotiable and its nuclear activities and cooperation happen within the framework of IAEA regulations, according to at report on the Iranian student news agency ISNA. "Iran is ready for constructive and honest cooperation with western countries in the field of nuclear technology," he was quoted by ISNA as saying, while warning that the West's confrontation with Iran only makes the country "more powerful and more developed." Speaking during a meeting with members of the Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA) in Teheran, Ahmadinejad also accused the media of being "the lever of international Zionism to dominate the entire world" by magnifying the slightest issues in Asian countries to put pressure on their governments while disregarding "plenty of the ugliest measures in the US and occupied territories of Palestine," according to the report.

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