United Nations, Sep 23 (UNI) Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad today lashed out at the US for seeking to ''trample the rights'' of other countries and ''imposing oppression'' on the majority of the global community.
In his address to the 63rd Session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA), the Iranian President said a few ''bullying powers'' had sought to put hurdles in the way of Iran's peaceful nuclear activities by exerting political and economic pressures against Tehran and also through threatening and pressuring the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
''I have talked about unjust systems governing the world, pressures exerted by some powers seeking to trample the rights of other nations, oppression imposed on the majority of the global commnity, especially on the people of Iraq, Palestine, Lebanon, Africa, Latin America and Asia...,'' he said.
The president said the ''American empire in the world is reaching the end of its road'' asking its next rulers to to limit their interference to their own borders.
Asserting that Iran was in for dialogue, President Ahmadinejad said time had come for the IAEA to present a clear report to the international community on its monitoring of the disarmament of these nuclear powers and their nuclear activities, and for a disarmament Committee to be extablished by independent States to monitor the disarmament by these powers.
Blaming NATO for the current turbulent situation in Iraq, Afghanistan, Georgia and Osswetia, Mr Ahmadinejad charged the UN Security Council with not being able to do anything to control the situation.
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