Iran should reassess ties with Russia: MP

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PostMon Jun 07, 2010 7:18 pm » by Zegtelzegtel


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Iran should reassess ties with Russia: MP


TEHRAN - A reassessment of the diplomatic relationship with Russia is necessary, senior MP Kazem Jalali said in response to the Russian president’s recent remarks about the imposition of new sanctions on Iran.

At a press conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said that “agreement on the sanctions exists.”

“We hope the voice of the international community will be heard by the Iranian leadership,” Medvedev said in the German city of Meseberg.

“Russia should not follow the extremist and radical group in the United States, and if Russia sticks to its policy, it will become necessary for us to reconsider the level of the relationship with this country,” Kazem Jalali, the spokesman of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy committee, told the Mehr News Agency on Monday.

Russia’s new position runs contrary to Iran’s strategic interests, he noted.

It is Iran’s strategy to counter U.S. unilateralism and to work for a multi-polar, power-sharing global system, he said.

Iranian officials formerly believed that Russia approved of this strategy, but Russian officials then began following U.S. policies, and this is contrary to Iran’s strategic interests, he added.

Medvedev’s remarks have triggered a wave of criticism in political circles in Iran.

The Mehr News Agency spoke to a number of other officials on Monday to learn their views on the issue.

Iranian Vice President for Parliamentary Affairs Mohammad-Reza Mirtajeddini said Medvedev’s recent remarks are unbelievable.

“After the (Iranian) president’s remarks and the Russian officials’ phone conversations (with Iranian officials), Medvedev’s recent remarks and positions are unbelievable,” he added.

Mirtajeddini said such stances will undermine Russia’s interests and turn world public opinion against it, and Moscow will pay dearly for such decisions.

MP Mohammad-Karim Abedi advised Russian officials not to make remarks under pressure from Washington.

“The Russians should know that the country has had a historical relationship with Iran and should not make remarks under pressure from Merkel and Obama, who are in turn under pressure from the Zionist lobby, because such positions will undermine the political credibility of Russia,” said the member of the Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy committee.

Majlis National Security and Foreign Policy Committee Deputy Chairman Esmail Kosari has also censured the Russian president, advising Medvedev to study Russia’s contemporary history so that he does not make the same mistakes that led to the collapse of the Soviet Union.

“The same Americans and Westerners deceived the officials of the Soviet Union of that time, which resulted in the break-up of the Soviet Union,” he noted
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PostMon Jun 07, 2010 7:20 pm » by Freeyourmindnow


war is coming

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PostMon Jun 07, 2010 7:23 pm » by Pindz


Medvedev is NWO PIECE OF SHIT

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PostMon Jun 07, 2010 7:25 pm » by Zegtelzegtel


freeyourmindnow wrote:war is coming


lol I thought that your name was....freeyourwindow, lol. no offense
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