Iran calling for justice in int'l relations: Ahmadinejad

Iran Materials 20 April 2007 18:29 (UTC +04:00)

( IRNA ) - President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Friday that Iranians call for justice in various fields for all world nations.

On the fifth day of his trip to Fars province, the president told people in Farashband that justice means equal law, progress, science, technology, welfare, reconstruction and security for all nations worldwide.

"Iranians are against monopoly, bullying tactics, war-mongering, and hindering in the way of progress of nations," he noted.

Underlining the need for an equal law for all people in the world, he said that Iran opposes double standards and believes that the right of attaining nuclear energy should not be limited to certain countries.

"Neither will Iranian nation oppress others nor they will ever yield to oppression by other nations," the president added.

"If the production of nuclear fuel and full application of nuclear energy is good, all nations should have the right to make use of the peaceful energy."

Addressing bullying powers, he recommended, "It is the best job for you to respect international laws and the rights of Iranian nation, and give up hostile policies towards Iran."

"The powers should pay attention to the fact that by issuing resolutions and launching propaganda war against Iran, Iranians will never retreat from their indisputable rights to achieve peaceful nuclear technology."