'Iranians resent "incorrect" international moves'
''Incorrect decisions taken by the international community are resented by the Iranian people,'' he told a news conference during a visit to Indonesia overshadowed by the Islamic republic's controversial nuclear policies.
''The Iranian people are sufficiently capable to defend (their) own rights,'' he also said.
Speaking of a letter sent to US President George W Bush, which Washington shrugged off as an attempt to divert attention from the nuclear issue, Ahmadinejad said sending it was the right decision and that he had no comment on the US reaction.
It ''depends on them'', he said.