Ahmadinejad criticizes Iranian policies, and this is what he said about Lebanon


Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad criticized in a “serious” Iranian foreign policy dialogue, saying: “I think that we must define a new foreign policy, especially in the Middle East and the Gulf region because we can form friendly relations there.” Great pressure. ”

He added, “Human society has developed and all weapons of mass destruction must be removed. The major countries” are trying to make money through the arms market.Ahmadinejad asserted that “everyone who has a nuclear bomb must remove it and use nuclear energy in scientific matters,” pointing out that “his message to the Saudi crown prince came in this context.” Saudi Arabia must all live in peace. “

Ahmadinejad considered that “wars are affected by foreign interference that is greedy for oil wealth, and we must all stop these wars and live in peace.”On the Palestinian issue, Ahmadinejad said: “It must be resolved inside the Palestinian territories and let the Palestinian people decide their own fate.”

In response to a question about the possibility of an Iranian-Israeli dialogue, he said: “Let the Palestinian people obtain their rights first, and then all the situations in the region will change.”

Ahmadinejad opposed the bombing of Saudi Arabia, noting that he “opposes anyone who destroys or causes damage and losses in the region.”

He added, “The US lobby behind the curtain did not allow Obama to change when the opportunity was right and the opportunity did not allow Trump to do so as well.”

And Arf: “The rivalries between Iran, America and other countries will not reach a result. The conflicting countries must leave the peoples the right to self-determination without anyone interfering with that.”

Regarding his message to Putin, Ahmadinejad said: “I sent a letter to Putin when he changed the constitution and sent it to him in a fraternal manner, and it was not violent. I recommend Mr. Putin again that he respect the opinion of the Russian people.”Regarding the situation in Lebanon and Syria, and in response to a question about what happened in 2012, he said: “The opinion of the people must always be heard, and the opinion of the people above all considerations, and I must not interfere with the rights of the people and the decisions of the Syrian people.”

He added, “I hope that the Lebanese government will be formed quickly, and as the Lebanese people are a younger brother, I tell them and the political figures to run the country harmoniously and to all participate in its administration.”

He continued, “Lebanon is under siege and there are those who are waiting to drown in order to attack it.”


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