President in a telephone conversation with Egypt s president:
Iran hope to witness economic development, dignity and prosperity of Egyptian people during new period news id: 39370 - 2012-07-05 18:24:02
President Ahmadinejad made remarks in a telephone conversation with Egypt’s President Mohamed Morsi.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says Tehran welcomes close interactions with the Egyptian government and nation, and places no limitations to the expansion of ties and cooperation with the North African country.
"Your presence as the current head of the Non-Aligned Movement at Tehran's summit would be effective in advancing negotiations and ratifications," Dr.Ahmadinejad said.
He added that NAM has a remarkable capacity to establish peace and security in the world, stressing that the international organization is an “inevitable necessity” to develop such potential.
Dr.Ahmadinejad emphasized that Egypt’s role in this movement is undeniable, and constructive cooperation between Tehran and Cairo in this movement can have many positive outcomes.
President Ahmadinejad once again extended his congratulations to Morsi over his recent victory in Egypt’s presidential election and wished the Egyptian people success, progress and prosperity.
He pointed to the common historical responsibilities and deep-rooted cultural and cordial ties between the two nations and stated that Iranians will always stand by the Egyptians.
Dr.Ahmadinejad expressed Iran's readiness to transfer capabilities, achievements and experiences in various scientific, technological, industrial and economic fields to the Egyptian people.
Morsi, for his part, said Iran and Egypt will move alongside each other to fulfill the wishes of the two nations.
Egypt's new president expressed hope that he would meet the Iranian president during the Tehran summit and said, “The Non-Aligned Movement is an important bloc that like an umbrella covers many Muslim and other countries in the world.”
He further hoped to witness the prompt materialization of the international organization’s objectives soon.