Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Iran, Bolivia blast foreign meddling

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Bolivian President Evo Morales have criticized interference by hegemonic powers in other countries' affairs. 
Ahmadinejad met his Bolivian counterpart at the United Nations headquarters in New York on Tuesday on the eve of the 66th annual session of the world body's General Assembly, IRNA reported.

He voiced solidarity with all the independent countries around the globe, which stand against the colonial powers, noting that the recent developments the Latin America would be beneficial to all the freedom-seeking states.

The Iranian chief executive praised the Islamic Republic's relations with Bolivia and stated that Tehran-La Paz relations were immune to harm.

The two also discussed the latest international developments and called for the strengthening of bilateral ties.

Morales, for his part, described the relations as friendly and said that La Paz supported Iran's stances on international issues.

Ahmadinejad also held separate meetings with Comoros' President Ikililou Dhoinine and St. Vincent and the Grenadines Prime Minister Ralph Gonsalves.

The Iranian president, who arrived in New York on Monday at the head of a high-ranking delegation, is slated to deliver a speech at the UN session about the Islamic Republic's stance on the latest international developments.  

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