Iran voiced preparedness to transfer its experience and knowledge in the field of civilian nuclear technology to other Muslim states. According to a statement released by the Presidential Press Office, the issue was raised during a meeting between Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) Secretary General Ekmeledin Ihsanoglu in New York on Tuesday.
During the meeting, the Iranian president stressed that portraying the correct and true image of Islam is among the main duties of the OIC and all Islamic countries, and said, “Of course, certain powers do not want to listen to our words because they are afraid of justice.”
He further expressed the hope that the issues of the world of Islam are resolved under the management of the OIC secretary general.
For his part, the OIC chief briefed Ahmadinejad about the activities of his organization, including the compilation of the new charter and the construction of the new OIC headquarters as well as the measures adopted for the promotion of the level of cooperation among Islamic states.
He also elaborated on the activities he has done to confront the campaign against Islam and enhance cooperation with the world scientific circles.
The OIC secretary general also praised Ahmadinejad’s speech at the US Columbia University, saying that his words reflected the existing realities.
He further blasted the president of the Columbia University for his impolite treatment of the Iranian President, and said, “Your behavior war very good and you showed them that they must be polite and meantime, you promulgated your message.”