President: Iranians will not surrender

Saturday, October 20, 2007

President Ahmadinejad says Iran's enemies should know that Iranians will not ignore their nuclear rights nor will they ever sit back.

Reiterating that Iran's nuclear program is a closed case, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the enemies of the Iranian people are trying to force others to agree with their opinions concerning Iran's nuclear program, at a time when the International Atomic Energy Agency has forthrightly announced that no deviation has been observed in the country's nuclear activities.

Iran's chief executive noted that following the IAEA report, Europeans adopted a correct stance on Iran's nuclear issue. Eastern countries as well as Non-Aligned Movement member states have all acknowledged the peaceful nature of Iran's nuclear activities, he added.

"There are only one or two countries that do not comprehend the reality. They assume they can force the Iranian nation to surrender," he stated.

Ahmadinejad continued that the International Atomic Energy Agency is now situated in its correct position, for it both observes and defends the rights of the nations, yet some powers want to use the IAEA as a tool.

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