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HAVANA, January 12 (Itar-Tass) —— Capitalist system is “falling into decay” and “deadlock,” Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Wednesday speaking at the Havana University.
“Now, the only thing the capitalist system can do is kill,” he said. In the current situation, the world “needs new thinking,” based on universal respect and justice.
“We should be on the lookout,” he continued. “If we do not plan a new world order, then heirs of slavers and capitalists will control and dictate a new system to us.” Ahmadinejad said that Iran’s university teachers are ready to work together with Cuban counterparts on making a new fair order.
“Together with the Iranian people we shall be with you until we reach the respectful objectives of the mankind,” he concluded.
Iran’s president had come to Cuba on an official visit on Wednesday at about midday. Cuba was his third destination in Latin America after Venezuela and Nicaragua. On Wednesday night local time /Thursday morning Moscow time/, Ahmadinejad will have official talks with Cuba’s leader Raul Castro.