Iran Decisive to Boost Cooperation with Latin America

A008708010.jpgTEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Ecuador on Monday stressed that his country is firm to promote cooperation with Latin American states despite the fury shown by the system of hegemony.

Speaking in a meeting with his Ecuadorian counterpart Rafael Correa in Quito on Monday, President Ahmadinejad said that the system of liberalism has come to its end, and added that the world should get prepared for a new set of changes and developments.

“The world nations have been awakened and the bases of the system of hegemony are getting destroyed, and this is a trend that could be observed in the Middle-East region very clearly,” he continued.

Ahmadinejad felicitated Correa, and mentioned that his election as the president of Ecuador is an indication of the said developments in Latin America.

He further stated that Iran attaches much significance to its relations with Latino states, and stressed that the Iranian nation always supports and stands on the side of the independent and progressive nations, including Ecuador.

Elaborating on Iran’s rapid progress in the different scientific, industrial, agricultural, petrochemical and technological spheres, Ahmadinejad voiced his country’s preparedness to transfer its experiences to Ecuador.

He also assured the Ecuadorian president-elect that Iran is prepared to strengthen and boost its multilateral cooperation in the region.

“Cooperation between Iran and Ecuador will be based on peace, justice-seeking and love for human beings. We do not accept the kind of relations which are imposed by the system of hegemony and we believe that the spirit of fraternity should dominate the nations’ ties,” the Iranian president underlined.

“Iran’s cooperation with Latin America will be consolidated despite all the fury and dissatisfaction the hegemonic countries are showing in this regard,” he stressed, saying that the two sides can take giant strides in bolstering and expanding cooperation.

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