Iran "drives" NATO Bay
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad calls on NATO naval forces to leave the bay. The Iranian leader said during the UN General Assembly session in New York, reports AFP. Asked about the possibility of conflict in the Persian Gulf, he said that "all measures to prevent possible conflicts and conflicts can only be welcomed." And I do not think it is necessary to achieve the confrontation, Ahmadinejad added. In his opinion, the best long-term solution is to withdraw foreign forces in the Persian Gulf. There is no need for NATO to be found in the Persian Gulf, he snapped, saying they pose a threat to regional security. In recent years, part of the U. S. Navy and some European countries have strengthened their presence in the region. U.S. maintains a naval base in Bahrain and France have shown that in Abu Dhabi, about 250 km. off the coast of Iran, the agency recalled. Firmly stated that if the British and American forces leave the Persian Gulf, Iran will provide the way for regional energy trade and security in that, he said. The Iranian leader to the UN once again denied his country to develop nuclear weapons.