President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Thursday that arrogant powers will finally give in to justice and freedom-seeking spirit of nations.
According to IRNA, President Ahmadinejad made the remarks in the fourth Nowruz international celebrations themed ˈFestivity of Peace and Humanityˈ in Ashkhabad.
He said human beings have been faced with difficulties and injustice throughout the history but all nations will finally experience justice as promised by God Almighty.
The Iranian president also thanked the Turkmen president, government and nation for holding the globally recognized event.
The Iranian president said Noruz manifests the rebirth of nature.
The president highlighted the significant status of monotheism, piety, justice, affection, serving nations, respecting orphans, respecting parents, supporting oppressed nations and resistance against tyranny with all showing the spring of humanity.
He said world nations irrespective to their color, language, race, religion and nationality seek God and everyone’s status depends on his or her affinity to God.
President Ahmadinejad said: Nowruz is a suitable opportunity to renew friendship and broaden cooperation and solidarity among nations.
The President underlined that arrogant powers try to attain their sinister goals through promotion of poverty and insecurity.
He said arrogant powers wage devastating wars in order to do away with their domestic crises, adding that spread of such crises will awaken nations and leave those powers no other option but to yield to administering justice.
The Iranian president underlined regional countries are quite capable of maintaining security of the region as well as the whole world, but they should exercise vigilance to this end.
He said the real spring will put an end to war mongering, narrow gap between nations and remove obstacles on the way of their progress.
President Ahmadinejad heading a high ranking delegation arrived in Ashkhabad on Thursday to attend the fourth Nowruz international celebrations themed ˈFestivity of Peace and Humanity.ˈ