TEHRAN (ISNA) - Iran and Brazil signed 13 cooperation agreements on trade, energy, banking, agriculture, academy, news agency and sports. The agreements inked during Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's trip to Brazil also involve cooperation on technology, cinema, stock exchange and lifting visa requirements.
Brazil's President Lula (right) Welcoming Ahmadinejad
Iranian and Brazilian Presidents
speaking to reporters in a press conference in Brasilia, stressed that designing
a new model is necessary to manage to world.
They stressed, "all countries of the world including Iran and Brazil need to work for arrangement and establishment of new world systems to execute justice and peace."
The two counterparts also emphasized that the UN which is unable to settle international problems needs to make deep reforms in the Security Council to meet today's needs.
Iran and Brazil also called for employment of entire potentials of the two sides for expansion of ties.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said the veto right which belongs only to certain countries is the root of unrest in the world.
"Iran welcomes permanent presence of independent countries particularly Brazil in the UN Security Council."
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva on his part pointed out to the economic crises and world order and said, "current ruling systems of the world are unable to sort out crises and governments need to cooperate to ease problems."
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