Iran General NewsKhatami: Kerry, Bush both hostile to Iran

Khatami: Kerry, Bush both hostile to Iran

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UPI: Iranian President Mohammed Khatami charged Wednesday that President George Bush and his election rival Sen. John Kerry are both hostile to Iran.
The Iranian News Agency, IRNA, quoted Khatami as saying “Kerry and Bush are both wrong if they think they can deprive Iran of its legitimate right to acquire nuclear technology.” United Press International

Tehran, Iran – Iranian President Mohammed Khatami charged Wednesday that President George Bush and his election rival Sen. John Kerry are both hostile to Iran.

The Iranian News Agency, IRNA, quoted Khatami as saying “Kerry and Bush are both wrong if they think they can deprive Iran of its legitimate right to acquire nuclear technology.”

“U.S. policy is based on denying the right of Iran in enriching uranium to produce nuclear fuel and this is something we do not accept,” he said.

Khatami aired a gloomy outlook about U.S. future policy towards his country saying both Bush and Kerry were hostile to Iran.

“We hope America will adopt a wiser and fairer policy in view of the lessons it has learned as a result of its arrogant attitude and expansionist policies.”

“We are confident that America is not capable anymore of repeating the same methods as in Iraq because it is definitely not in its interest,” Khatami said.

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