Iranian President calls for change in intˈl political system
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad described world governing system as ˈunfairˈ and ˈforcedˈ, adding that world unfair governing structure should change and a universal management upon justice should be created, IRNA reported.
According to the report of Presidential Office Website, President Ahmadinejad, in a meeting with African countries ambassadors here in Tehran on Saturday evening, said roots of problems and sufferings of human beings today are common, adding that terrorism, unilateralism and dominance are common problems of all nations and all people should participate to uproot these problems.
Referring to the dark era of colonialism and slavery, Ahmadinejad said that unilateral system which is governing the world is in contradiction with justice, peace and security for all.
He continued that until world governing political and security system do not change, no one will experience security and tranquility.
Underlining necessity of unity and coordination among the nations and states, Ahmadinejad called establishment of Africa Union as a step toward progress and said that everybody should try for justice, freedom, prosperity and salvation of all human beings.
He added that hegemonic powers with different pretexts, including terrorism, drugs and environment pollution impose pressures on other states.
Ahmadinejad said that world ruling system is unfair and the United Nations, Security Council and world governing monetary structure should be changed and be corrected upon justice and interests of the nations.
He added that justice is turning to a sacred issue and a public demand and dissatisfaction with the world governing system is spreading.
Ambassador of Mali, representing other African states envoys, delivered a speech before President Ahmadinejad remarks.
He said that African countries intend to expand relations and develop cooperation with Iran and we hope that such ties can be developed as soon as possible.