Lebanese Christian majority leader MP Michel Aoun left for Tehran Sunday on his first official visit to Iran, local Ad-Diyar daily reported Monday. Friendship with Iran is not an accusation," Aoun, a former Lebanese army commander and prime minister, said.  Asked whether he was seeking money and weapons from Iran, Aoun said that such possibility would only be true if it "balances the cash and arms that other parties are already receiving," hinting to pro-government groups accused of being financed by Saudi Arabia.  He said he was "surprised and astonished" at criticism from Lebanese factions about the visit. Aoun said Iran and Lebanon are going through "similar difficulties that they have to overcome."  Aoun, who arrived in Tehran on Sunday, is due to hold talks with Mottaki, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and parliament speaker Ali Larijani. After the meeting, Mottaki stated that Lebanese-Iranian relations are based on common concerns, stressing that anyone trying to control the Iranian people will fail. Reminding the press of Teheran