Iran to Celebrate Stabilization of N. Rights

A02582026.jpgTEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad stressed here on Wednesday that the Iranian nation would celebrate full establishment and stabilization of its nuclear rights during this year’s Ten-Day Dawn ceremonies.

The Ten-Day Dawn marks the anniversary of the victory of the Islamic Revolution and dethroning of the former Pahlavi King in Iran in 1979.

Addressing a meeting of his cabinet ministers, the president further reminded that his administration is required to execute the macro-scale nuclear policies of the state already decided and communicated by the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei, and continued, “As demanded by the Iranian nation, the Islamic Republic government is required to fulfill these policies and president, as the official in charge of the executive body of the country, should follow up on the issue and proclaim the country’s nuclear stances.”

He further reiterated the Iranian nation’s resistance and decisiveness for safeguarding its inalienable rights, and added, “The government is required to materialize this national resolve, and during the Ten-Day Dawn of this year, the Iranian nation will celebrate stabilization of its nuclear rights and establishment of the civilian nuclear technology in Iran.”

Elsewhere, Ahmadinejad praised vigilance of the Iraqi government in defusing enemy plots for the massacre of people and religious jurisprudents and scholars in the city of Najaf, and said, “Enemies’ plots for the massacre of people and subsequently imposing a specific political system is a notorious and fruitless move.”

“Enemies of Islam should know that such measures cannot impair Islamic values or fade them away as Muslims will always maintain faithful to their single God, prophet and book and will, thus, stand united against the enemies,” the president said, concluding that enemies’ efforts to sow discord among Muslims will yield no fruit for them.

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