Iran ready to transfer experiences to all states: President

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said here Saturday Tehran was ready to transfer its experiences in all fields to all world nations. Ahmadinejad, currently in the Cuban capital to attend the 14th summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) which wrapped up Saturday, met with President of Antigua and Barbuda Winston Baldwin Spencer on the sidelines of the second and final day of the summit. “Each nation has the right to achieve progress and use modern technologies. After the victory of the Islamic Revolution (in 1979), the Islamic Republic of Iran made great achievements in several fields by relying on the capabilities of its youth,” the Iranian president said. He voiced Iran’s readiness to establish official diplomatic ties with Antigua and Barbuda and exchange expert delegations. Spencer praised efforts made by Iran to expand ties with developing states including Antigua and Barbuda. He called for making use of Iran’s experience in various fields including development of infrastructures and health affairs as well as bolstering bilateral and international cooperation with Iran.

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