Supreme Leader: No inspection to military sites allowed
IRNA - Islamic Republic News Agency
Tehran, May 20, IRNA – Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution said on Wednesday that Iran will not allow inspection to any military sites.
Addressing the graduation ceremony of Islamic Revolution Guards Corps, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khameneie said that Iran will not allow interview with the nuclear scientists either.
'Permission for doing such things will absolutely not be available and the enemies should know that the Iranian nation and the government will at no case retreat in confrontation with their totalitarian and bullying demands,' the Supreme leader said.
The Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces expressed deep concern about the attempt made by certain governments in the Persian Gulf region pushing forth proxy wars towards the Iranian borders.
'If any notorious act takes place, the Islamic Republic of Iran's reaction will be very severe,' the Supreme Leader said.
Ayatollah Khamenei said that the Iranian nation's prestige was revived thanks to Islam and the revolutionary ideals of the Iranian nation and thank God, the Islamic Republic of Iran is powerful enough to thwart the challenges.
'We feel no fear of being faced with such challenges, since being challenged is a sign of being dynamic, alive, active and moving forward,' added Ayatollah Khamenei.
'The Iranian nation will pass through the challenges mightily, having trust in God, and with high self-confidence,' he said.
Ayatollah Khameneie said that one of those challenges is the oppressive approach and totalitarianism of the western governments in the nuclear talks.
'The enemies have still not well understood the Iranian nation and government and that is the reason why they have aggressive demands, because the nation, and the government that is a part of this nation, will never yield to arbitrary demands,' the Supreme Leader said.
'The more we will retreat in confrontation with the totalitarian demands of the western governments, the more they will advance.'
The Supreme Leader said that a strong wall comprised of trust in God and national might needs to be constructed against such totalitarian demands.
'I will not permit the aliens to come and talk with the scientists, the dear childern of this nation, for interrogation.'
Ayatollah Khameneie said that the dear officials of our country who are bravely moving in this field should know the only way to confront the rude and shameless enemy is having a resolute will and refraining from passiveness.
'The officials and negotiating team must convey the message of the Iranian nation's grandeur in the nuclear talks.'
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