Ahmadinejad: Iran not to give up nuclear rights
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Monday warned the world's "bullying powers" that his country would not give up one iota of its nuclear right and will resist against them to achieve all its legal and inalienable rights.
The president made the remark at a stadium in the provincial capital city of Shiraz while addressing thousands of enthusiastic people. "Our nation has a message of tranquility, peace, friendship and progress for all," he said, according to IRNA.
Addressing the global powers, he added, "You should know you can inflict no damage on the Iranian nation's will by misusing international organizations which you, yourselves, have established and ratified their regulations.
"The united Iranian people will strongly continue their path towards peaks of perfection particularly to materialize all their nuclear rights and will insist on their inalienable right with tied fists."
Ahmadinejad added, "Our people carry a message for bullying powers to abandon bullying attitude, otherwise, you will sustain damage and inflict great damage to your nations.
"Our nation recommend you that an attitude based on justice and human rights will provide you with opportunities to reform (your behavior).
"So, you will improve your ties with states and nations and turn a hostile atmosphere into friendship and respect."