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24 September 2018 - 18:46
News ID: 1208
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 13:50 - 27 May 2013
Tehran, YJC. The Egyptian columnist says that no changes would be made in Iran’s foreign policy with a new President.

Fahmi Huwaidi said Monday in interview with Fars "The Iranian presidential elections will not change the country’s foreign policy, because the candidates’ stances on foreign policy are much similar and they only have disagreements in domestic policy.”

He asserted "After the elections, Iran’s foreign policy and its dealings with regional countries will not alter.”

"The candidates’ foreign policies are much similar to that of the country’s President Ahmadinejad. Therefore, after these elections we are to witness the same foreign policy as that of Ahmadinejad,” Huwaidi continued.

He further said "Iran’s foreign policy is defined by its Leader. Therefore, with a change of President no change would come to the country’s foreign policy. But the country’s domestic circumstances will be different and are much likely to change.”

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