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19 March 2012 - 00:16

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says all nations must cooperate to replace the current unjust structure of the global system with a more humane one.

“There is no doubt that the existing world order cannot solve all the problems and the world needs a new, fair and humane order with participation of all nations and governments in which the rights of all nations are respected,” he added .

In a meeting with the new Indonesian envoy to Tehran, Dian Wirengjurit, Ahmadinejad stated that it was not acceptable for a few countries to use their power to decide for all nations.

“All people should do their part in global management and this would be only possible in light of monotheism,” he added.

Ahmadinejad emphasized that Iran and Indonesia can cooperate closely to find a replacement for the existing world order by holding meetings and launching joint activities in various fields.

The Iranian chief executive added that Tehran and Jakarta should take advantage of all their capacities to further promote relations in all cultural, economic and political areas.

The president stated that Iran considers no limitation for the expansion of relations with Indonesia and “we must use all our capacities for the development and expansion of bilateral, regional and international relations.”

Ahmadinejad also stressed that the Islamic Republic of Iran has regularly defended the basic rights of Indonesia in all global forums and will continue to do that.

The new Indonesian ambassador to Iran for his part said that Iran and Indonesia have great capacities and despite the existing global economic situation, they can move towards the further expansion of mutual relations.

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