Iranian president says West wants separate Iraq, Pakistan and Syria
Azerbaijan, Baku, Apr.28/ Trend D.Khatinoglu/
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused western countries on attempting to separate Iraq, Pakistan and Syria, IRNA reported on April 28.
During the speech to people in Tabriz, East Azerbaijan Province, Ahmadinejad said that West has been conducting artificial wars among people in these countries to dominate them by separating the nations.
Ahmadinejad went on saying the West had made conflict among races before, but now is using religious differences as a tool to bring war in some countries.
Mentioning conflicts in Pakistan, Syria and Iraq, Ahmadienad said that these conflicts would occur in Turkey, Saudi Arabia and other Asian countries in future and the nations should be awaked and neutralize West's plots.
Iranian president said that Iran knows very well about the West's schemes aimed to divesting nations from sovereignty