President: Iranians favor peace, security

Saturday, October 6, 2007

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has said the Iranian nation advocates sustainable peace and security based on justice and spirituality
"The Iranian nation has a very transparent stance, message and analysis of the ongoing problems in the world. It also has a very effective and humane solution to international issues," Ahmadinejad said.
"We believe that the world can be managed in a better way than now. Wars, threats and bloodshed can be avoided," he added.
He stressed that Iranians are united and have a rich culture and civilization, saying that plots hatched by enemies will have no impact on the progress of the Iranian people.

"Some argue that the pressure imposed on the Islamic Iran is a show to cover up (enemies') failures in Iraq. The enemies strived to make the world accept that Iran, a country that is a pioneer of international peace, seeks special interests and has no right to carry out peaceful nuclear activities," the President said.

"We are not worried. We believe that no country has the right to impose its views on others, resort to bullying in international relations or occupy other nations' lands," Ahmadinejad added.