We aren't Able to Find Common Language with Americans: Representative of Iranian Parliament
Azerbaijan, Baku, 17 October /corr. Trend Т.Jafarov/ The Chairman of the Iranian-Azerbaijani Friendship Commission, Seid Kazim Musevi, said that not U.S. people, but State has always been against Iran. "If after upcoming presidential elections, the U.S. Government continues the political way of the former Government, we will not be able to find a common language with the Americans," he said.
With regards to the impact of the upcoming presidential elections in the USA on the elections in Iran and also relations between Iran and the USA, Musevi said in an exclusive interview with Trend that if the United States does not give up outrage and gangster actions, Iran's attitude towards this country will not change. "If they will act via actually humane and civil relations, more precisely to say that they will give up dual policy, the spiteful and hostile position, we will not have any problems with them. And our problem now is not with the American people, but with the American Government," Musevi said.
With regards to the opening of an office protecting the interests of the USA in Iran and existing obstacles in this regard, Musevi said that the essence of these obstacles must be studies by them (Americans).
Musevi stated that unfortunately, the USA still continues dual policy, spiteful, hostile and gangster actions.
Currently the interests of the USA in Tehran are represented by the Embassy of Switzerland and interests of Iran in the USA by the Embassy of Pakistan.
Export of Islam to the countries worldwide
Musevi said in his interview with Trend that the democracy in Iran is permanent. "We are Muslims and want to export "our Islam" to near and far countries. Other Muslim countries hope for Iran," he said.
Musevi stressed that Iran has good relations with other countries, yet has not met hostile position of them. "However, America and Israel are violent enemies of Iran and whole Muslim world," he said.
Musevi said that the Americans consider the world a village and themselves the senior man of this village.
The correspondent can be contacted at: [email protected]