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Saturday, 27 October 2007

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While addressing the United Nations Security Council, Mr. Bush said: "we will defend our nuclear rights, no country including Iran can derail ourselves from our rights."

Addressing 204th meeting of UN SC, Mr. Bush said "Everybody knows that Iran is trying to politicize our peace full nuclear programme, and hereby I tell Iran that I will not back down even one iota from our peace full nuclear programme."

He said "Europe should not follow Iran. The main aim behind politicizing our peace full nuclear research is that that Iran has a greedy eye on our natural resources specially oil

"Iran want to grab our oil."

He further criticized Britain's stance on controversial nuclear programme of the united states and said "Britain should remember that we were the one who gave them electricity, we were the one who gave them oil at lowest rates, we were the one who gave maximum business to their companies, how now Britain can stand with Iran against us, is it just?

"Veto power of some countries has become a tool of blackmail, and United States hereby rejects few state's veto power and demands equal rights for all nations including United States."

Mr. Shavez also criticized on Iranian President Mr. Nejad and called him "a devil".

Mr. Shavez said "Go ahead Bush! We are with you". He also praised Mr. Bush for his noble cause.

Mr. Hu of China advised United States to satisfy Iran.

Mr. Bush also rejected Iranian war threats referring a statement from Iranian foreign minister's that "all options are on the table including an air strike to eliminate United State's Nuclear Research center in Kansas", saying "these are just psychological wars."

Mr. Bush also complained that his half of staff members were not granted Iranian Visa to attend security council's meetings in Tehran, he said "this is against all international laws and regulations" and demanded to transfer United Nations Buildings from Tehran to New-York.

United Nations meetings will continue till Saturday.

Duck-News-Agency, Oct. 27, 2007.

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