The president of Iran and Venezuela, aimed at U.S.
The presidents of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, and Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, accused the United States and developed countries to enhance their "aggression" towards other nations and stressed that their governments are peaceful and only seek to develop their people.
The leaders agreed on the criticism of the powers in delivering speeches on the steps of Miraflores Palace in Caracas, where Chavez greeted Ahmadinejad, with whom he reviewed bilateral cooperation agreements, as reported by AVN news agency and the Telesur chain .
"Empires in decline are more aggressive trampling all the rights of other people without shame," the Iranian president, who felt that freedom and independence are the primary rights of all nations to acknowledge the great powers.
The Head of State said that, along with Venezuela, Iran fight against "arrogant government that never respected the rights of the peoples of the world."
"We are not to attack and attack other people, our pump is love and affection towards the people, our fuel is the desire for freedom and independence of peoples, our weapon is the logic, culture, human values , love, affection and friendship, "the Iranian president.
He noted that the revolutionary governments seek to eradicate poverty and inequality between classes so that empires do not run over people resources and advocated a world where reigns the union.
For his part, Chávez said that "imperialism has unleashed like never before with a terrible power, threatening the world's peoples."
The Venezuelan leader said that neither Venezuela nor Iran are countries aggressors and that, conversely, their villages were attacked by the imperialist countries.
"Imperialism accuse us of warriors or warriors: we are not warmongers, Iran has not invaded anybody, the Islamic revolution of Iran has not invaded anybody, the Bolivarian revolution has not invaded anyone, we have not dropped a bomb anyone, "he said.
"Who has invaded whole countries and peoples for 100 years and more? Who has thrown thousands and thousands of bombs on innocent people, including atomic bombs, "he asked.
Chavez emphasized the need for cooperation ties to "achieve a new world where there is no misery where there is no poverty, where there is no exclusion, you have just hunger and suffering of the majority."
In this regard, thanked Iran for bilateral agreements and the "deep human relations" between the two peoples, so said the country "is now of joy" to meet the Persian ruler.
Ahmadinejad arrived in Venezuela on Sunday, the first destination of the five-day tour of Latin America undertaking and will also take him to Nicaragua, Cuba and Ecuador in order to strengthen ties with these nations in the region..
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