Iran's nuclear program is not a subject to debate - President
Iran, Tehran, Nov. 15 / Trend , E. Huseynov /
Iran's nuclear program is not a subject to debate, but Tehran is ready to cooperate with those who will be sincere in this issue, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Sunday in Tehran, receiving participants of the meeting of the Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA).
According to him, Iran discusses its nuclear program with the IAEA, but some people try to politicize these negotiations.
"These forces are trying to break Iran, but they could not do this" - said Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Iran's President expressed regret over the fact that many mass media do not give true information about Iran.
"We can not convey true information about Iran to the world" - said the Head of the Iranian state.
The President expressed hope that OANA has great potential to break the information blockade and move forward "hand in hand".
The meeting of the Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA) was held in Tehran on Nov.15. It's organised by the Mehr news agency.
Azertaj state news agency (as a member of the OANA) and news agency TREND (as an invited observer) represent Azerbaijan at the event.
The 31st Executive Board Meeting (EBM) and the 25th Editorial-Technical Experts Group (ETEG) Meeting on "A quest for global media balancing" will finish at Tehran Enqelab Hotel on Nov. 17.
On the Organization of Asia-Pacific News Agencies (OANA) was formed in 1961 on the initiative of UNESCO. At present OANA brings together 41 news agencies from 33 countries. The 14th OANA General Assembly and 32nd EBM will take place in Istanbul in 2010.