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Ahmadinejad tells US, Britain to not interfere

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called on the United States and Britain to stop interfering in the Islamic Republic's internal affairs, media reports said.

world Updated: Jun 21, 2009 16:33 IST

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called on the United States and Britain on Sunday to stop interfering in the Islamic Republic's internal affairs, the ISNA news agency said.

"Definitely by hasty remarks you will not be placed in the circle of friendship with the Iranian nation. Therefore I advise you to correct your interfering stances," Ahmadinejad was quoted as saying in a meeting with clerics and scholars.

Many Western countries have criticised the election, which was won by Ahmadinejad according to official figures, and its aftermath. His main opponent, moderate Mirhossein Mousavi, says the vote was rigged. The government denies the charge.

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