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06/10/08

Iran's atomic bicycle in Venezuela!

Source: Press TV
 

Chavez in Tehran
(file photo, June 2007)
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez has dubbed the very first bike produced at a joint Iranian-Venezuelan factory 'the atomic bicycle'.

The US claims that the factory Iran is building for Venezuela in the state of Cojedes is a nuclear plant and not a bicycle factory, said Chavez at the factory's inauguration ceremony.

Therefore, we will name its first production 'the atomic bicycle', he added.

"What a bicycle! This Atomic bicycle.. does it have brakes?" joked Chavez while cycling around during the television program Alo Mr President!

During the program, Chavez had a live connection with the factory to show the audience the bicycles built in the factory, and then he offered one of them to the US President George Bush.

"My dear friend, president of the United States, I offer you this bicycle, see the bomb. See it... you think that is a bottle of water, no, that's the bomb. We have painted it with ADECO color," Chavez said, referring to the name of the opposition party.

"Well, this bicycle, with the Atomic bomb included, the Atomic bomb, you can have it for 183 bolivares," he added.

Iran's Ambassador to Venezuela Abdullah Zifan was also present at the ceremony, where he reaffirmed Tehran's interest in taking part in joint business ventures with Caracas.

Daniel Ortega expected in Tehran

Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega is due in Tehran next week as part of his tour which will also take him to Venezuela, Libya and Italy.

His second visit to Tehran in less than one year, Ortega is expected to meet with senior Iranian officials during his two-day stay in Iran.


Ortega and Ahmadinejad in Tehran
(file photo, June 2007)

Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in his Latin American tour had traveled to Nicaragua in Jan, 14, 2007.

During his official visit, Ahmadinejad received the top literary Ruben Dario award from the Nicaraguan president.

Tehran and Managua signed a memorandum of understanding in Nicaragua, binding the Islamic Republic to help the country build hydroelectric power plants, fishing, agriculture and irrigation technologies.

Ortega will depart from Tehran to Rome, Italy on the final leg of his tour.

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