Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says “brotherhood” among independent nations will strengthen their resistance against hegemonic powers.
“Brotherhood and sincerity among independent nations will not only strengthen their resistance against hegemonic powers, but it will also play an essential and constructive role in the establishment of a new world order,” Ahmadinejad said in a meeting with Bolivian Parliament speaker Hector Arce on Thursday.
“When the hegemonic system is against the dignity, independence and progress of other countries, the support of independent countries for each other would prove to be a great blessing.”
“I believe that Iran, Bolivia and other independent countries in the world are in the same front, and the future belongs to us and other independent nations.”
The Iranian president stressed that Iran and Bolivia need to overcome three obstacles in the way of expanding bilateral ties, namely “the hegemonic system, geographical distance and bureaucracy.”