Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, in a meeting with members of the non-government research institute of the US Council on Foreign Relations, briefed them on the improper relations dominating the world equations, particularly in the post-World War II era.
At the meeting, the president underlined that given such relations are unjust and discriminatory, they cannot continue any more.
“Today, some world powers, in particular the US, should change their attitude, which has incited the fury and hatred of one billion Muslims and independent nations all over the world,” he noted.
Turning the growing trend of the vigilance and awareness of world nations, Ahmadinejad stressed that today, the world needs justice, ethics and respect for human beings and that to achieve such a goal past relations should be revised and these principles should be accepted.
At the meeting, some of the participants raised questions about various issue, specially whether holocaust is a reality or a myth, Iran’s access to nuclear technology for peaceful purposes, the Middle East and solution to Palestine crisis as well as the US policy on Iran.