Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad blasted the attempts made by certain western countries to prevent the rainy clouds from reaching the eastern world to create water crisis in the region, specially in the Asian countries.
Ahmadinejad reiterated that some western countries are planning to cause droughts in some areas of the world including Iran.
During his speech in the inauguration ceremony of a dam in Markazi province, central Iran, Thursday morning, President Ahmadinejad referred to an essay by a western politician who said certain world areas extending from Iran and Turkey to east of Asia will be hit by the water crisis in the next 3 decades.
He said the area highlighted in the essay cover countries which scare the west most for their capacity to initiate civilizations and influential cultures.
Some European countries using especial equipment have prevented the rainy clouds from reaching certain some eastern areas including Iran, the President said.
"The legal sources in the country will pursue this issue," Iran's President said, stressing that such dark actions should not repeated again.
Ahmadinejad further said the European countries seek to create tension in world states which share joint sea borders.
The next war will be the case of 'water war,' President noted.
Thursday, May 19, 2011
Fars News (Iran): "Ahmadinejad: Enemies Seeking to Create Water Crisis in Asian States"
This is apparently one of those paranoid Ahmadinejad pronouncements in reaction to some real (although innocuous) event in the news. Anyone know which "western politician" he is referring to?