Thursday, September 24, 2009

Ahmadinejad emptied hall UN

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused today in New York, 64th regular annual session of the UN General Assembly, Israel for the "inhumane policies" of the Palestinian territories and dominance in the global political and economic issues, which the delegations of several countries, including the U.S., left the hall in protest.

Delegation of the few countries left the meeting when Ahmadinejad began in a speech to attack Israel, so that the hall, which held sessions, other poluprazna.

Mark Kornblu U.S. officials said in a statement that it was "disappointing that Ahmadinejad once again chosen to represent the offensive and anti-Semitic rhetoric," he said Reuters.

Iranian president in his speech did not directly mention the dispute with Western countries over Tehran's nuclear program, stating only that his country strongly defend their legitimate rights.

Ahmadinejad called for "the eradication of the arms race and the elimination of nuclear, chemical and biological weapons to otovorio time for all nations to have access to advanced technologies and peace."

Iran is ready to be "warmly shake hands with all who are sincerely offered his hand," he said.

The British agency has observed that this speech was Ahmadinežadov colored with less intensity compared to its previous appearance at the UN.

Ahmadinejad accused the power to spread "of war, bloodshed, aggression, terror and intimidation" in the Middle East, and mention the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Speaking of Israel, Ahmadinejad said that their "awakening of nations and the expansion of freedom throughout the world no longer afford to continue with the hypocrisy and immoral attitudes.

He also wondered how "certain governments can unconditionally to support the occupiers crimes against women and children who can not defend themselves, destroying their homes, estates, hospitals and schools," stressing that the time has come to the world to respond.

"More is not acceptable to an extreme minority dominates politics, economy and culture in much of the world ... and to introduce a new form of slavery, and that damage to the reputation of other countries, even European nations and the United States, in order to achieve their goals racist" , said Ahmadinejad.

Ahmadinejad also spoke about the presidential elections in his country, where he won a second term, stating that they were fully democratic elections which is "open a new chapter to national progress and international interaction.

"Voters in Iran as we once again overwhelmingly gave confidence," said Ahmadinejad.

Several hours before the address to Ahmadinejad in the UN, hundreds of Iranians protested in New York, stressing that it is not recognized for their president.

French President Nicolas Sarkozy has previously warned Iran that the risk to make "tragic mistake" if the account that the world will remain passive while Tehran conducted its nuclear program.

"I'd like to say that the Iranian leaders, if they believe that the international community's response to be passive towards the development of their military nuclear program, it will be a tragic mistake," said Sarkozy in a speech in New York, told the Reuters.

British Prime Minister Gordon Brown has offered his country to reduce its nuclear arsenal, under the condition that it be part of an international agreement on reducing nuclear weapons.

Brown's speech to the General Assembly of the United Nations offered to reduce the number of British submarines carrying nuclear missiles from four to three.

"If you want to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons, then you must behave in the spirit of the agreement on its non-proliferation, and this means that every country that has nuclear weapons should try to reduce its arsenal," said British Prime Minister.

Brown said that the biggest threat to the concept of nuclear disarmament threatens the possibility that the atomic bombs come to countries like Iran and North Korea, which now have nuclear weapons, told the BBC.

Russian President Dmitry Medvedev says that the world is now at a crucial moment of modern history because it is threatened by the development of regional and local conflicts, terrorism and cross-border crime, as well as food shortage and climate change.

He pointed out that due to imbalances in the world and inadequate rules of the game, there is a gap between the financial markets and the real sector of economy. Medvedev stressed that it must establish such a model that will guarantee the future safety of all of the confusion that has now arisen.

As a second important task of the Russian President said solving the issue of global energy security.

"The third task that Russia believes it is important to the general strengthening of the UN. The UN must be rationally adjusted (new) reality of the world," he said, adding that the UN Security Council reform, a key component of revitalization and international organizations.

He added that the major challenge is the process of disarmament under UN auspices.

"Russia will follow a stable path verifiable and non-refundable nukleranog arms reduction as an essential element of the 'new beginning' in our relations with the United States," he said, adding that an important segment in this sense is since sporzum Russia and the United States.

Russia and the United States could agree on a new "START 2 treaty on reducing nuclear arsenals by December this year.

Serbian delegation in New York led by President Boris Tadić, who will turn to the UN General Assembly tomorrow. On the previous day had several bilateral meetings.

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