Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has described the conspiracies of enemies against the Islamic Republic as 'childish and immature'.
In a public address in the city of Shahrekord in the southwestern province of Chaharmahal-Bakhtiari, Ahmadinejad downplayed the plots of Iran's enemies, saying the Americans and their 'dynasties' have tried to break the will and determination of the Iranian nation.
Iranians will 'cut the hands of arrogant powers from their lands' and will achieve victory in the nuclear issue, said Iran's chief executive.
"I tell Bush... that your era has come to an end and thank God that you will not be able to damage even one centimeter of the holy land of Iran," Ahmadinejad told his public audience.
Ahmadinejad added that over the past several years, Iran's enemies have resorted to propaganda, international organizations, various resolutions and harsh economic sanctions to stray Iranians away from their 'rightful path'.
“They want to take revenge on Iranians,” Ahmadinejad suggested. “But today all their plots are futile and the Iranian nation is now standing at the highest nuclear level.”
The remarks of the Iranian president come at a time when US President George W. Bush is in Europe to win the favor of his allies in a bid to exert more pressure on Iran.
© Press TV
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