Ahmadinejad Calls on Muslim States to Play Complementary Roles

A01981402.jpgIslamic countries, including Iran and Algeria, can play complementary roles to assist each other and provide for their needs, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said, noting the aptitudes and potentials of Muslim nations. The president made the remarks in a meeting with Algerian Foreign Minister Mourad Medelci on the sidelines of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) ministerial meeting on ‘Human Rights and Cultural Diversity’ here in Tehran on Monday.

During the meeting, Ahmadinejad underlined that Iran believes its achievements belong to all Muslim nations, and voiced his country’s preparedness to transfer its experiences to all countries, Algeria in particular.

He further noted the two nations’ sentimental bonds, and said that enhanced ties and cooperation between Tehran and Algiers would serve the interests of the two nations and regional people.

For his part, Algerian foreign minister admired Iranian president for his speech on human rights at the NAM meeting this morning, and voiced his country’s permanent readiness to make efforts to develop relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran in the different grounds.

He further pointed to the two countries’ abundant potentials and capabilities, and stressed Algiers’ resolve to have wider cooperation with Tehran.

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