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Venezuela and Iran sign eleven strategic agreements

2010-10-21 09:42:45 GMT+7 (ICT)

TEHRAN, IRAN (BNO NEWS) -- Venezuela and Iran on Wednesday signed eleven strategic agreements before Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez departed to Syria, the state-run IRNA news agency reported.

The Memorandums of Understanding signed in Tehran related to joint projects of bilateral significance on housing, small businesses, commerce, industry and energy. Chavez said that one of the most important agreements involves Iran assisting Venezuela in the construction of houses as it is an urgent matter in the South American nation.

"This has been a long, productive day that impulse furthermore the Venezuelan and Iranian people. Our nations continue creating objective conditions for the establishment of a new world order," Chavez said.

In order to speed that agreement, Chavez informed that an Iranian specialized delegation on housing and industry will arrive to Caracas. In addition, a Venezuelan commission will work in Tehran on the matter in two-week's time.

Other significant agreements were the establishment of a joint oil company; the involvement of the Venezuelan Oil Company in Phase 12 of the South Pars oil-gas field, one of the richest in the world; the construction of a refinery in Syria; cooperation in liquefied natural gas and oil tanker activities; and cooperation in the petrochemical and energy sectors.

Before his meeting with Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Chavez visited the new town of Parand located approximately 35 kilometers from Tehran. Parand is an example of the Iranian method for settlement construction.

Parand was designed to create a balance in the settlement pattern of Tehran, a proper environment for the extra population of the Iranian capital and an alternative to unsystematic settlements.

On Tuesday, Iran and Venezuela announced the creation of a joint maritime society in order to strengthen exportation and oil transport as part of the bilateral cooperation between the two nations.

Chavez arrived to Tehran on Monday as part of his international tour that began last week. The Venezuelan leader had already visited Russia, Belarus and Ukraine. He will continue his official visits in Syria, Libya and Portugal.

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-- © BNO News All rights reserved 2010-10-21

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The Jerusalem Post headline for this same event was:

Chavez, Ahamadinejad say US is headed for 'the graveyard'

What was actually said was:

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said their countries are "united in efforts to establish a new world order" that will eliminate Western dominance over global affairs.

Chavez said any efforts to stop Iran's and Venezuela's progress would fail, and he denounced US "imperialism" saying it is headed for "the graveyard."

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Lebanon - Venezuela - Iran - China - North Korea - Russia - Yemen - Syria

versus the Rest of the World. Not much different to the Axis powers of WWII.

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Lebanon - Venezuela - Iran - China - North Korea - Russia - Yemen - Syria

versus the Rest of the World. Not much different to the Axis powers of WWII.

Is it already Friday night?

Btw. Who would be the 'Rest of the World'? The USA? And who else?

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Like Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is real peace-lover. :cheesy:

Just because he is an anti-semite doesn't make him a war lover. Virtually any leader of a nation in close proximity to Israel could be called an anti-semite and most of those nations have had recent wars with Israel. In all the middle east conflicts involving Israel, Iran has not been a participant on record. Ahmadinejad's comments do not suddenly make Iran an aggressor nation. All attacking nations use pre-emptive reasons as an excuse for that aggression.

If my memory is correct, the last time Iran attacked a foreign nation was in the early 1700's when they attacked India. They were attacked many times to include the Turks, Russians and Iraq. They as a country do not have a history of aggression.

I just don't see how the current leader's anti-semitism changes anything. The guy before him and the guy before him were also likely anti-semites.

The way you want it to be is not necessarily the way it is.

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Like Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is real peace-lover. :cheesy:

Just because he is an anti-semite doesn't make him a war lover. Virtually any leader of a nation in close proximity to Israel could be called an anti-semite and most of those nations have had recent wars with Israel. In all the middle east conflicts involving Israel, Iran has not been a participant on record. Ahmadinejad's comments do not suddenly make Iran an aggressor nation. All attacking nations use pre-emptive reasons as an excuse for that aggression.

If my memory is correct, the last time Iran attacked a foreign nation was in the early 1700's when they attacked India. They were attacked many times to include the Turks, Russians and Iraq. They as a country do not have a history of aggression.

I just don't see how the current leader's anti-semitism changes anything. The guy before him and the guy before him were also likely anti-semites.

The way you want it to be is not necessarily the way it is.

true words.

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Just because he is an anti-semite doesn't make him a war lover.

You are speculating about his intentions. I think that it is more sensible to take him at his word. ;)

"Anybody who recognizes Israel will burn in the fire of the Islamic nation's fury,"

- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Edited by Ulysses G.

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Just because he is an anti-semite doesn't make him a war lover.

You are speculating about his intentions. I think that it is more sensible to take him at his word. ;)

"Anybody who recognizes Israel will burn in the fire of the Islamic nation's fury,"

- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Source? You got probably lost in translation and propaganda and take quotes out of context.

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Just because he is an anti-semite doesn't make him a war lover.

You are speculating about his intentions. I think that it is more sensible to take him at his word. ;)

"Anybody who recognizes Israel will burn in the fire of the Islamic nation's fury,"

- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Source? You got probably lost in translation and propaganda and take quotes out of context.

Here is the context. You are wrong. He does talk that way, and he has a number of times.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2005/oct/27/israel.iran

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Just because he is an anti-semite doesn't make him a war lover.

You are speculating about his intentions. I think that it is more sensible to take him at his word. ;)

"Anybody who recognizes Israel will burn in the fire of the Islamic nation's fury,"

- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

Source? You got probably lost in translation and propaganda and take quotes out of context.

Here is the context. You are wrong. He does talk that way, and he has a number of times.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2005/oct/27/israel.iran

pfff

Read the article? Read it until the end? Read the added footnote? NO.

Lost in translation and propaganda? YES.

And take quotes out of context? YES.

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pfff

Read the article? Read it until the end? Read the added footnote? NO.

Lost in translation and propaganda? YES.

And take quotes out of context? YES.

I read the article and footnote, and you are STILL wrong. Clearly. He DID say --

"Anybody who recognizes Israel will burn in the fire of the Islamic nation's fury,"

- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

and he has an entire career of saying similar inflammatory things about Israel, Jews, and the holocaust.

What is your agenda exactly? To try to suggest he isn't militantly anti-Israel, to suggest he isn't a holocaust denier, to suggest he isn't an antisemite? If so, good luck, nobody is going to believe that.

Edited by Jingthing

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pfff

Read the article? Read it until the end? Read the added footnote? NO.

Lost in translation and propaganda? YES.

And take quotes out of context? YES.

I read the article and footnote, and you are STILL wrong. Clearly. He DID say --

"Anybody who recognizes Israel will burn in the fire of the Islamic nation's fury,"

- Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

and he has an entire career of saying similar inflammatory things about Israel, Jews, and the holocaust.

What is your agenda exactly? To try to suggest he isn't militantly anti-Israel, to suggest he isn't a holocaust denier, to suggest he isn't an antisemite? If so, good luck, nobody is going to believe that.

NO, my little patriotic troll. You are wrong.

That is not a correct translation and the not correct translation is subject of much propaganda and there was also a little bit controversy about it. Probably not in the new channel you are frequenting.

What is your agenda - spreading anti Iran hate propaganda?. Preparing for a war against Iran?

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