The former President of Iran wrote to Trump a letter criticizing the immigration decree

Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad sent a letter to the President of the United States Donald Trump in which he criticized the immigration decree. Reported by ABC News.

In the letter, which has about 3,500 words, Ahmadinejad paid attention to the decree, which temporarily prohibits citizens from seven countries, including Iran, to come to the US. However, the channel indicates that overall, the tone of former head of Iran was “conciliatory”. However, he noted that “modern America belongs to all Nations.”

In the letter, Ahmadinejad noted that trump has won the election because he “truthfully described what the U.S. political system and electoral structures are corrupt”. He condemned Washington for “mastery” in United Nations (UN) for intervention in the Affairs of some States that, according to the former President of Iran, brings “instability, wars, discords, killings and migration”.

He also wrote that about 1 million Iranians living in the United States, in favor of “respect for the diversity of Nations and races”. “Nobody can behave like a host and look at other people as guests and migrants”, — said Ahmadinejad.

Former Iranian President did not raise the issue of the nuclear deal, which the US President called the “worst” ever seen them.

The letter was sent to the Swiss Embassy in Tehran which represents US interests in the country. Diplomats declined to comment to ABC, while American officials were not available for comment at the time of publication.