Iran's scientific progress will continue, says Ahmadinejad

Iran Materials 5 December 2006 17:40 (UTC +04:00)

(IRNA) - President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said here Tuesday that despite pugnacious criticism from the enemies, the Islamic Republic of Iran will continue in the path to scientific and technological progress and will celebrate its nuclear victory in the near future, reports Trend. Talking to reporters upon his arrival in this northern provincial capital city, he said that "no country now is capable of inflicting harm on the Islamic Republic of Iran."

Referring to the province's tremendous potential, the president assured the people that the government would continue its efforts to develop the province.

President Ahmadinejad, accompanied by members of his cabinet, arrived in this northern provincial capital this morning for an official visit accompanied by members of his cabinet.

He will soon address local residents in the city's main stadium.

The president will also visit other cities of the province such as Savad-Kouh, Galougah, Behshahr and Neka and address their residents. He will also meet various elites and war veterans of the province.

Before concluding his provincial visit, the president and his cabinet ministers will hold a session in Sari Thursday afternoon to discuss the province's problems and needs.