U.S|The Iranian president thanked Correa for his solidarity and said that “the era of imperialism and global arrogance are exhausted.” The president of Quito’s chamber of commerce, Blasco Penaherrera, criticized the visit, calling the foreign policy of Ecuador’s leftist president irresponsible|and Britain|Iranian officials last year said they welcomed Castro’s support, but did not share his apocalyptic concerns, arguing the West would not dare attack}

HAVANA – Two of Washington’s top irritants, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Fidel Castro, discussed world events for two hours, and the Iranian leader on Thursday described the retired Cuban revolutionary as healthy and engaged, and declared their two countries to be allies “fighting on the same front.”

“It made me enormously happy to see the comandante healthy and fit,” Ahmadinejad said through a translator at an impromptu airport appearance alongside Fidel’s brother, Cuban President Raul Castro, before flying off to Ecuador.

Raul said his 85-year-old brother and Ahmadinejad met for two hours Wednesday, “a demonstration that his brain is working very well.” Fidel Castro stepped down in 2006 due to an illness that nearly killed him, but continues to write essays on world events.

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One of his main themes has been warning that a conflict pitting the U.S. and 태안콜걸 Israel against Iran could lead the world toward nuclear Armageddon. Iranian officials last year said they welcomed Castro’s support, but did not share his apocalyptic concerns, arguing the West would not dare attack.

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