Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Iran LOVES Mugabe


....The Iranian ambassador, for his part, highlighted the increase in the level of trade exchange between the two countries and said the Islamic Republic of Iran has supported Zimbabwe under various circumstances.

Proverb: You are known by the friends you keep...

Highlighting Iran's scientific breakthrough in recent years,

Quick: Name one major scientific breatkthru that occured in Iran....waiting...waiting....

he highlighted the close cooperation in the fields of research and academic centers as well as role of Iranian women in scientific sector.

The two sides agreed to follow up expansion of scientific and research cooperation by signing relative MoUs during the fifth meeting of Iran-Zimbabwe Joint Economic Commission in Tehran.

Mo'ayyer had earlier on July 2, too, met and conferred with Zimbabwean Minister of Foreign Affairs Simbarashe Mumbengegwi in the city of Harare on matters of mutual concerns.

During the meeting, Mumbengegwi expressed his gratitude to Iran for dispatching a high-ranking delegation to supervise Zimbabwe's parliamentary election held on March 31.

I'm sure that they honestly "supervised" the election...Like Mugabe, they stuffed the ballot boxes after intimidating voters, but Mugabe could learn a lot from them....after all, unlike Mugabe, they didn't let the opposition on the ballot in the Iranian elections...

The ruling Zimbabwe African National Union-Patriotic Front (ZANU-PF) won the election.

The minister said the election shed light on Zimbabwe's stances toward democracy, implementation of laws, and human rights against the US and Britain.

Yup. Zimbabwe's stances toward democracy and implemention of laws and human rights....

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