(IRNA) - President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad here Wednesday said that Iranian nation is in favor of logic and dialogue and those who believe that 'talks' can be used as a lever to exert pressure are absolutely mistaken.
He made the remark at a public gathering in Savojbolagh in Tehran province, reports Trend.
The chief executive said that Iran's enemies presume that, after failing to achieve their goals through pressure, they can manage to do it through talks, adding that they should be aware that Iranians will not be deceived.
Ahmadinejad said that as the Iranians are taking gradual steps towards development, they are about to achieve final victory.
Turning to great loss inflicted on the adversaries of Iranian nation, he said that through propagandist tools as well resorting to secondary and misleading issues, they intend to create discord.
The president added that however, they should be aware that they are doomed to fail.
"On the pretext of preventing Iran's access to nuclear weapons, they are even reluctant to supply to Iran pressing devices used in auto gas cylinder production," he added.
Ahmadinejad turned to the enemies and said, "Given that the Iranian nation succeeded in producing rockets despite your sanctions, it will also manufacture the required pressing devices."
Underlining that the Iranians seek peace and are in favor of holding talks, he addressed the nation's ill-wishers and said that if they presume that Iran will give up its course to full use of nuclear energy, they are mistaken.
He ensured the enemies that the Iranian nation will not back off from its path in the face of threats.
The provincial city of Savojbolagh, with a population of 220,000, is situated 70 kms to the West of Tehran.
The president and his entourage departed for a visit to Savojbolagh and Nazarabad on Wednesday afternoon.
After his speech, President Ahmadinejad who was accompanied by Vice President for executive affairs Ali Saeedlou, Senior Advisor Mostafa Samareh Hashemi and Governor General of Tehran province Kamran Daneshjou, returned to Tehran.