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Iran-Egypt Strong Ties Will Serve Regional Countries

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, July 5 (ICANA) – The secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council has said that strong relations between Iran and Egypt would change the balance of power in favor of regional countries.
Tuesday, July 05, 2011 10:00:17 AM
Iran-Egypt Strong Ties Will Serve Regional Countries

SNSC Secretary Saeed Jalili made the remarks during a recent interview with the Egyptian daily newspaper Al-Ahram.

Iran and Egypt have great capacities which can be utilized to prepare the ground for close ties between the two countries and change the balance of power in favor of regional countries and against the U.S. hegemony and the Zionist regime’s expansionism, he stated.

He said, “Iran sees no obstacle to the resumption of diplomatic relations with Egypt.”

He added undoubtedly the Arab revolutions would alter all regional equations.

Pointing to the reasons and causes as to new wave of Islamic wakening in the Arab world, Jalili said the outbreak of revolutions across the Arab world resulted from the natural process of Islamic awakening in the region, and the nations’ determination to achieve independence plays a substantial role in the process since Muslims believe that the tendency for independence, freedom, and justice is rooted in innate desires and Islamic beliefs.

Elsewhere in his remarks Jalili said Iran is keen to collaborate with Egypt on all the grounds concerning the nuclear energy meant for peaceful purposes.

Pointing to the fact that the Western countries’ policy on the Iranian nuclear issue has not changed, he said that Iran will firmly insist on its nuclear position.

Jalili also said that Iran is keen to share its wide knowledge and experience in the area of nuclear energy meant for peaceful approaches with Egypt.

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