Iran says the West has to amend hostile policies toward Iran

08:15, January 05, 2011      

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called on the West to amend their hostile policies toward Iran, local satellite Press TV reported on Tuesday.

The Iranian president said that enemies of the country will fail to fulfill their plots against the Islamic Republic, said the report.

Iranian nation will "not allow any of its enemies to fulfill even their smallest wishes," he was quoted as saying addressing a crowd in the province of Semnan on Tuesday.

"You should know that the continuation of your past trend will yield no result for you but further defeat and humiliation," Ahmadinejad added.

Western countries have barred nuclear and military exports to Iran and targeted investments in its oil, gas and petrochemicals as well as banks, insurance, financial transactions and shipping in an attempt to isolate Iran and make it sit at the negotiating table and soften its stance over its nuclear program.

Source: Xinhua

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