Tehran, July 30, IRNA-Iran's President-elect Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Majlis Speaker Gholam-Ali Haddad-Adel are scheduled to attend the UN General Assembly and interparliamentary summits in New York in September, said a morning daily in Tehran on Saturday.
Ahmadinejad's landslide victory (in the 9th presidential race), recalled the Persian-language Seda-ye Edalat, was contrary to all predictions of US pundits and analysts.
Political circles in Washington are still confused about this unexpected event, said the daily.
Ahmadinejad faced state propaganda by the United States, which has claimed the president-elect was involved in the siege on the US Embassy.
Under such circumstances, those who seek a change in Iran's system, argued that Washington should not allow Ahmadinejad to enter the American soil and the US must urge other countries to avoid inviting him.
Ahmadinejad knows very well that his economic promises have a direct relation with the country's international ties, said the article adding any tension in Iran's foreign policy immediately shows its impacts on domestic economic sector.
A government, which is internationally unknown, can create new opportunities through dialogue with world leaders and their diplomatic representatives, opined the writer.
The president-elect and his delegation apparently aim to meet the US-based Iranians, who have invested in Iran's housing sector and stock exchange.
US officials may be motivated for holding talks with Ahmadinejad and Haddad-Adel, heads of Executive and Legislative branches, who have in mind to go beyond diplomatic gesture, the daily concluded.
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