Ahmadinejad says that the US is pleased with Mideast unrest

March 18, 2011 00:29


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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that the United States is "pleased" with the crises faced by Middle Eastern states, in a meeting with Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Muallem on Thursday, PressTV reported.

In his statement, Ahmadinejad warned Middle Eastern states against schemes by "enemies of humanity," referring to the United States and "the colonial powers," according to the report.

In the meeting, the Syrian foreign minister praised Iran's role in the region. "Syria is of the opinion that Iran, as a major regional power, has a key role to play in aiding other regional nations," Muallem said.

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