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Monday, September 20, 2010

The Iranian President: the future belongs to Iran

NEW YORK (AP) - Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Sunday that "the future of Iran belongs" and challenged us accept that his country has an important role in the world. ""

In an interview with associated press day resistance annual comments entered UN of his visit in the United States at the General Assembly this week participate.

Stressed that his Government wants no atomic bomb - is said in the past and that Iran is looking for peace and a free world of nucleares.No gave no indication if resumption of the talks on its nuclear programme of Iran said that the atom sanctions against his Government has no impact on Government policy.

The Iranian President said show peace and car déterminée, welcomes the American travellers keep Sarah Shourd version of the prison in Tehran, but his two companions in prison would have to prove their innocence responsible, who crossed illegally in the country, he said.

"...""Us Governments must recognize that Iran is a large makes,"say,"declared m.a. we consider, that human power, power and cultural and, therefore, a friend of other naciones.Nunca, we tried to dominate others or violate the rights of any other country."

"Those which exist with hostilities, to kill and destroy friendship from us in the future, is a shame, because it is clear, that the future of Iran and only made Emnities - option and therefore, sanctions are also ineffective."

Added: "" If you were to be effective, I I don't sit here now. ""

Ahmadinejad said that the international nuclear regulatory authorities never evidence had found that Iran is a nuclear bomb.

"" "" "We have no fear, the weapons which is nucleares.El point when in fact we wanted to create a nuclear bomb, we are brave enough to say that queremos.Pero never say hacemos.Nos arsenal of nuclear weapons must be destroyed (worldwide)" dijo.Copyright 2010 related Press.Todos rights reserved.this material shall not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. ""

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