Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad wrote a letter to the American leader Donald Trump, informs the American TV channel ABC News. The message in particular addresses the issues of immigration policy of the United States, as well as evaluation of Washington’s actions in the middle East.
Ahmadinejad said that sent a message to Trump the Swiss Embassy in Tehran, which represents the interests of Washington. In the letter he condemned the prevailing influence of the US in the UN, as well as interference in the Affairs of foreign States. According to him, these actions brought “instability, war, disorder, murder and displacement of peoples”.
Commenting on the policy of trump against immigrants, the former Iranian leader said: the modern United States “belong to all peoples”, therefore, nobody has the right to consider themselves the owner of this country and others — “guests or immigrants.” In this regard, Ahmadinejad stressed that U.S. policy should “to Express respect for diversity of peoples and races.”
Ahmadinejad took the presidency from 2005 to 2013. He held conservative and anti-American foreign policy, advocated the strengthening of ties with Russia and the Arab countries. Notoriety brought him his anti-Israeli remarks, Ahmadinejad spoke to “wipe Zionism from the face of the earth”, called the Holocaust a myth and proposed to give the whole of Israeli territory to the Palestinians.
The Iranian Constitution forbids the President to hold the chair for three consecutive terms, but, as in 2013 he became President Hassan Rouhani, Ahmadinejad had a chance to compete for this position in the next election.