Iranian president describes Wikileaks documents as groundless
Information disseminated by the Wikileaks site is intrigue, and on the basis of this information, Iran will not change its relations with the countries of the region, Iranian President said to a news conference.
In the new information released on Nov. 28, Wikileaks touched upon the Arab countries' position on Iran's nuclear program. According to the site, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and some other Arab countries have asked the U.S. to attack on Iran.
Ahmadinejad said to a press conference, broadcasted on the official Iranian TV channel, that the documents published on the Wikileaks website are a fact "deliberately falsified by the U.S. administration," and politically motivated.
According to him, these documents do not represent any legal value, and Tehran would not change its relations with region's countries because of the erroneous information in the documents.