Iran, Finland condemn Zionists' crimes in occupied lands
(IRNA) - Iran and Finland on Thursday condemned Zionist regime's recent crimes in the occupied lands and stressed the need for preventing daily massacre of Palestinians.
In a phone conversation with Finish prime minister Matti Vanhanen on Thursday, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Zionists' crimes in Palestine and mass killing of women, children and the youth there has rendered hearts of Muslims and most of the world nations, reports Trend.
"Zionist regime's behaviors adversely affect regional conditions and the Middle East-Europe relations," said the president.
He said necessary strategies and measures are needed to be taken to prevent repetition of Zionist regime's crimes.
He noted that European Union can play an effective role in that connection, and it is hoped that during Finland's presidency of the Union major changes would take place in approaches towards the Middle East issues.
Mrs. Vanhanen, whose country chairs European Union, for her part stressed immediate stopping of Israeli attacks.
She said European Union would like to see the security of the Palestinian nation is guaranteed in the occupied lands and hopes that the goal would be met once an independent Palestinian governments takes office there.