Ahmadinejad: ‘The world is in need of new order’

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the Islamic Republic seeks the establishment of a new political and economic order in the world.

“The Iranian nation seeks a new [global] order in all its political, cultural and economic relations with the other nations,” President Ahmadinejad said on Wednesday at the inaugural speech of Iran International Investment Confab in the capital city of Tehran.

“The world is in need of a new order based upon justice and compassion that serves all nations and provides the grounds for their prosperity, dignity and growth,” he added.

“It is unacceptable that a few uncivilized people, governments or investors merely seek their own interests and destruct all cultures, thoughts and compassion within the human society, just to pursue their own interests,” the Iranian chief executive pointed out.

The Iranian president argued that economic activities should be geared towards serving the humanity and not victimizing the human relationships and the ties among nations.

Elsewhere in his remark, President Ahmadinejad made reference to the significant participation of foreign investors at Iran’s investment confab and described it as the world nations’ disregard for the West’s unilateral sanctions against Tehran.

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