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May 2nd, 2007
US Needs Iran's Help for Withdrawal from Iraq
Pour-Mohammadi reminded that the great powers sought to push Iran into isolation through using the UN Security Council, passing resolutions and utilizing propaganda.
"But they realized that under critical conditions, the Iranian people turns into a nation which produces and directs history," he continued.
Describing people as an effective and decisive factor in the Islamic Republic ruling system, the interior minister also reminded, "Iran's presence at the Sharm el-Sheikh summit which was demanded by the Iraqi people and government, proves that Iran has grown into an international power and that all the plots of the enemies have fallen flat."
"Our access to civilian nuclear technology, Nanotechnology, Biotechnology and other branches of hi-tech and advanced science substantiates the very same fact," he stressed.
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