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Larijani asks UN chief to prevent adventurism in region

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Tehran, Aug 29, (ICANA) – Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani on Wednesday called on UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon to prevent the bullying powers' mischievous actions in the region, cautioning that their antagonistic efforts have cost the region much as they have stirred tension and problems in a number of regional countries, especially in Syria.
Wednesday, August 29, 2012 6:23:41 PM
Larijani asks UN chief to prevent adventurism in region

"At present, what we see in the region is the result of certain countries' adventurism; of course I have expressed my concerns over the issues and events in Syria," Larijani said.

"God willing, Mr. Secretary General will show a more active presence in these fields and will not allow the bullying powers to create chaos and tumult in the region," he added.

Larijani also voiced concern about the situation in Bahrain, and said people are demanding a restoration of their rights, including the right to determine their fate through democratic processes.

He asked for the materialization of the Bahraini people's right, specially their right of voting.

Commenting on Ban’s visit to Tehran, Larijani said, “We are happy that Mr. Secretary General has come to Iran. Although he had traveled to Iran in the past, he was not holding this post. Now that he is present (in Iran) as the secretary general of the United Nations, which has been created for the promotion of peace in the world, this provides a good opportunity for us to hold talks with him about regional issues.”

He also said, “Mr. Ban Ki-moon has… expressed interest in attending the parliament.”

Elsewhere in his remarks, Larijani said that the situation in Bahrain was discussed during his meeting with the UN secretary general.

 

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