CNN Admits Muslim Leaders’ Support for Iran’s Nuclear Program

A0167673.jpgTEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- The US CNN TV Network has admitted the support voiced by leaders of Muslim nations towards Iran’s nuclear program.

According to a CNN report, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in his recent visit to Indonesia gained the support of Muslim leaders concerning Iran’s peaceful nuclear program.

During his 5-day visit to Indonesia that was topped by the D8 summit on the island of Bali, President Ahmadinejad held talks on the nature of Iran’s peaceful nuclear program with the Presidents of Indonesia and Nigeria, the Prime Ministers of Pakistan, Turkey, and Malaysia, the Foreign Minister of Bangladesh and Egypt’s Minister for International Cooperation.

President Ahmadinejad gave assurances that Iran’s nuclear program is 100% peaceful.

Meanwhile, Malaysian Foreign Minister Hamed Al-bar announced that Kuala Lumpur supports a diplomatic solution to Iran’s nuclear issue.

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