Joao Pessoa


Simply the Best Site about João Pessoa

Paraíba Paradise

Sponsored Links

Le Petit Paradis Pousada in Joao Pessoa

Family run Guest House in a quiet residential street and close to local amenities
wwww.pousadajoaopessoa.com.br

Brazil’s Lula Hosts Ahmadinejad, Goes to Iran and Doesn’t Care What You Think

September 26th, 2009
APTOPIX IRAN AHMADINEJAD Revolution Anniversary

President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the president of Brazil, confirmed his Iranian counterpart Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is to visit Brazilian capital Brasília in November, while he plans to travel to Teheran in May.

“I have nothing to do with what other presidents think. I do not know whether they like him (Ahmadinejad) or not. I am meeting with him because he is the president of a great nation and we talk as heads of state. This is not a friends’ club” Lula told the daily O Globo.

Lula said that Ahmadinejad had assured him that Iran’s nuclear program only sought peaceful goals.

“I do not take rumors into account … so far there is nothing that can serve to reject the conclusion that Iran wants (nuclear) technology for peaceful ends.”

However, the Brazilian president advised Ahmadinejad to allow international supervision. “International sanctions can be painful and distressing,” he warned.

The two presidents met this week on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York.

Lula also minimized the massive protests against the recent elections in Iran that have been questioned by the opposition and rioting in the streets.

While acknowledging that Iranians had the right to protest the election won by Ahmadinejad, Lula said: “In Brazil we also have people who do not accept electoral defeats. I lost three elections before I won my first one, and I was okay with that. In Iran, 85% of the people voted.”

He added the Iranian opposition can protest as much as they want, “but what right do I have as President of Brazil to question election results in Iran?”

Lula insisted he had no constraints about meeting with his peer Ahmadinejad and said Brazil has many things to negotiate with Iran, “I feel no constraints at all about meeting with Ahmadinejad.”

“Iran is a leading global producer of oil, so we have much to talk about,” said Lula recalling that a delegation of businessmen headed by Development, Industry and Trade minister Miguel Jorge is ready to leave for Teheran “to asses reciprocal investment possibilities and trade opportunities.”

Mercopress

http://www.brazzilmag.com


buy isoptin
buy viagra san francisco
Buy viagra cheaply
best place to buy generic viagra online
buy viagra online discount
viagra from canada
Buy viagra Mesa
buy real viagra online
Cheapest Viagra Online
Buy viagra usa
buy cheap viagra online
redtube viagra
buy viagra now
best place to buy viagra online reviews
buy discount viagra
canadian pharmacy generic viagra
viagra best buy
usa cialis
viagra best buy
buy sale viagra
cheapest viagra
buy viagra with discount