Ahmadinejad Warns Enemies not to Err

Today Iran is an established nuclear state and if you repeat your mistakes, you will have to face the consequences, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in clear reference to the West’s likely sanctions on Tehran. Addressing a fervent congregation of the public in the city of Meybod in Iran’s central province of Yazd during the second leg of his 26th provincial tour, the president stressed his country’s resistance and insistence on nuclear rights, and assured that his nation would not step back even for one inch.

“You imagine that you can undermine the steel-like will and might of the Iranian nation through convening a meeting in a place and releasing a piece of paper. But you are again making a mistake like in the last 28 years,” he underscored.

Ahmadinejad noted enemies’ economic and political pressures and sanctions against Iran, and stressed, “Today Iran is an established nuclear state and if you repeat your mistakes, you will have to face the consequences. These measures of yours bear no fruit but strengthening the resolve of the Iranian nation to conquer the high peaks of progress.”

He said negative propaganda cannot make Iranian nation withdraw, warning the other side that such mistakes and errors will damage their reputation.

“Thanks God, you are not able to inflict even the smallest damage on the Iranian nation. Now the Iranian nation has taken giant steps in the different industrial and economic fields and has grown into a powerful country,” the president continued.

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