|NAM can deal with sanctions, pressure of hegemons: Leader||
The Leader made the remarks in a meeting with Guinea-Bissau’s President Sheriff Namajo who came to Iran to participate in the Non-Aligned Movement summit.
“If the member countries of the movement plan for wide-ranging cooperation within the framework of the Non-Aligned Movement, efforts being made by tyrannical powers to impose sanctions and exert pressure on independent countries will be neutralized,” he stated.
“The hegemonistic powers are trying to give the impression that any resistance against them is impossible, but the member countries of the Non-Aligned Movement are able to prove that this impression is wrong,” he added.
Namajo also said that Guinea-Bissau is eager to expand its relations with the Islamic Republic.
North Korea keen to enhance ties with Iran
In a separate meeting with the Leader in Tehran on Saturday, the chairman of the Presidium of the North Korean Supreme People’s Assembly, Kim Yong-nam, said that it is one of the strategic policies of Pyongyang to increase relations with Iran.
Ayatollah Khamenei also said that there is enormous potential for the expansion of ties between the two countries.
The Leader added that the Islamic Republic and North Korea have common enemies because the hegemonistic powers do not tolerate independent governments.
Iran firmly determined to move on the path toward its elevated goals
Elsewhere in his remarks, the Leader said that sanctions and pressure should not sap the will of independent countries on the path toward the realization of their ultimate goals.
“The Islamic Republic of Iran is firmly determined to move on the path toward its elevated goals.”
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|Last Updated on 01 September 2012 16:55|