Ahmadinejad urges further solidarity among independent nations

Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says the current world conditions necessitate that independent countries strengthen solidarity and develop ties.

In a Wednesday meeting with new Nigerian Ambassador to Tehran Tukur Manithat, President Ahmadinejad said that all should stand together and help each other in building a new world.

The Iranian chief executive said Iran and Nigeria need to use their potentials to expand their relations and added the Islamic Republic sees no impediment to the further development of mutual ties with Nigeria.

He said that the Islamic Republic supports any plan that helps the expansion of cooperation with Nigeria in different sectors.

The Nigerian ambassador, for his part, pointed to the commonalities between Iran and Nigeria in different areas and said both countries can use their vast potentials to boost their cooperation.

In a separate Wednesday meeting with new Finnish Ambassador to Tehran Harri Kamarainen, President Ahmadinejad called for a new world order based on justice.

He said that the world conditions should change in such a way as to provide for all human beings to enjoy peace, security and progress.

He pointed to the good relations between Iran and Finland and welcomed the expansion of mutual ties. He said that there was no obstacle to the further promotion of ties between the two countries.

The Finnish envoy, for his part, described the relations between the two countries as positive and stable and called for the further development of all-out cooperation.

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