Iran's speaker: Sepah's activity should not prevent free competition on market

Iran Materials 13 May 2010 13:41 (UTC +04:00)

The activity of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards (Sepah) in the economic sphere of the country should not prevent free competition on the market, speaker of the Iranian parliament, Ali Larijani said meeting with officers and soldiers in the headquarters Hatemü'l-Enbiya 'Sepah', IRNA reported.

Larijani said that some forces, both inside Iran and outside it, concern about the activity undertaken by the Sepah. Speaker said that the activity of the Corps in the economic sphere is aimed at developing the country.

Larijani said that he is proud of the support provided by the parliament to headquarters Hatemü'l-Enbiya.

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's government ordered the headquarters Hatemü'l-Enbiya to realize large projects. The headquarters participates in the development of the 15-th and 12-th phases of the project "South Pars". Moreover, he signed a contract worth $850 million with the National Company for processing and marketing of oil products. Under this agreement, the headquarters Hatemü'l-Enbiya will build a pipeline length of 1,810 kilometers.