Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad greeting invited guests at a meeting held in the Warwick Hotel in New York. The leader met with representatives of the African-American liberation movement and antiwar activists from the U.S. (Photo: Abayomi Azikiwe), a photo by Pan-African News Wire File Photos on Flickr.
Iran's president to visit Venezuela
The agenda of Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad includes a meeting in Caracas of an Iranian-Venezuelan taskforce
Monday September 19, 2011
Iranian President Mahmud Ahmadinejad plans to visit Venezuela after attending a meeting at the United Nations General Assembly in order to "strive to reform world management."
Before leaving, the Head of State told reporters that his agenda includes "bilateral meetings with the Heads of different States, exchange of ideas and dialogue with several US groups," Efe quoted.
"Our principal goal is being present at the General Assembly and make every endeavor to reform world management," he explained, as quoted by Iranian state-run news agency Ina.
Once his official visit is completed, Ahmadinejad will head for Caracas to take part in a meeting of the Iranian-Venezuelan joint committee.