Ahmadinejad: Iran is not isolated
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Tuesday said enemies of the Islamic Revolution are certain the Iranian nation will become a brilliant example for world nations.
Addressing a graduation program for police forces, he stressed that bullying powers are worried Iranian youth would reap significant achievements in the scientific and technological fields despite the many restrictions imposed on them. According to IRNA, he noted that the enemies have worked hard to put obstacles in the way of progress of the Iranian nation in various fields over the past 27 years.
As to Iran's right to pursue nuclear technology, the president pointed out that over two-thirds of world countries support the country's right to pursue peaceful nuclear energy. Addressing these powers, he said: "The Iranian nation is not isolated. It is you who are isolated and have no place even among your own peoples."
The Iranian people stand united and strong and no one can disperse them through false propaganda, he added.
The Iranian armed forces are fully ready to defend the government, nation and Supreme Leader, Ahmadinejad said.