Salehi: Iran not to let aliens put its security on stake
IRI Foreign Minister said her Wednesday mighty Government of Iran would never permit security of country, its citizens and particularly its border regions be put on stake by aliens.
Ali-Akbar Salehi made the comment in his interview with IRNA on the sidelines of his meeting with the people and officials of Hirmand Border Township in the watershed region of Hamoon Lake in northern part of Sistan-o-Balouchestan Province, Wednesday evening.
He added, "The Iranian Government would fully mightily take advantage of its entire political and military capabilities to ensure establishment of fully secure conditions in farthest parts of the country."
Salehi reiterated, "Broad moves have been made so far to uproot the terrorists and their affiliated groups, particularly in boarder regions, and the process is a continuous one."Pointing out that the priority of our foreign diplomacy is paying attention to our neighboring countries, Salehi said, "We believe if our neighbor would be secure and well off, in Iran, too, security and good welfare conditions would prevail, and this is an important rule."
The Minister of Foreign Affairs focusing on boarder malls said, "In order to establish these malls officially we need a ratification, which would be ratified and officially put to use."
Salehi added, "Inaugurating the border townships and expanding them leads to economic blossoming and creation of new jobs in the country."
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and in 14 of his cabinet members and deputy ministers arrived in Sistan-o-Balouchestan Province on Wednesday morning in the course of the president's 89th provincial tour.
Salehi visited Hirmand as the president's special envoy with full presidential authority to survey the problems and difficulties of that boarder township's people guest of this province's hospitable and brave.