Ahmadinejad: Iran will respond strongly to any "enemy" invasion

April 17, 2008 13:30

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says his country will strongly respond to any "enemy" invasion and defend its interests by all means. Ahmadinejad did not name any particular country as the enemy. "The Iranian nation will strongly respond to any invasion and will put any enemy in his place," he said in a speech broadcast live on state TV. Ahmadinejad said an invasion by "bullying, arrogant, satanic, non-divine and expansionist powers" has failed to dominate the region because of Iranian resistance.

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