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Larijani Underlines Need for Iran-Pak Security Cooperation against Terrorism

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, May 6 (ICANA) – Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani has underlined the need for the security organizations of Iran and Pakistan to cooperate in the fight against terrorism.
Friday, May 06, 2011 8:55:40 PM
Larijani Underlines Need for Iran-Pak Security Cooperation against Terrorism

In a meeting with the visiting Chairman of Pakistan's Senate Farooq H. Naik in Tehran on Thursday, Larijani noted at the meeting that cordial ties and deep cultural commonalties between the two nations of Iran and Pakistan had forged very friendly relations between the two sides. "Iran and Pakistan enjoy great potentials for bilateral and regional cooperation which they must utilize in the interest of their two nations," Larijani told his Pakistani guest.

The top legislator cited the great Islamic poet and philosopher Iqbal Lahori as a symbol of close links between the two nations of Iran and Pakistan.

Voicing satisfaction over the close cooperation of Iranian and Pakistani parliaments at international circles and organizations, Larijani noted: "Parliamentary relations are an important part of Iran-Pak interactions which play an important role in facilitating bilateral ties."

Turning to the wicked phenomenon of terrorism which hurt all the regional nations, Larijani said Tehran and Islamabad should not allow subservient elements to damage the cordial relations between the two Muslim neighbors. In this respect, he stressed, the security apparatuses of the two countries must work together closely.

The Iranian parliament speaker also reiterated the important role Tehran and Islamabad played in strengthening peace and development in Afghanistan.

The Pakistani Senator for his part praised the deep cultural, religious and historical bons between Iran and his nation and said: "Further consolidation of friendly ties with Iran is of high significance to Pakistan." He added that the strong will of the Pakistani leader was to expand all-out relations with Tehran.

Naik said his country was the biggest victim of terrorism and reiterated that the government in Islamabad was determined to root out this menace. "We are ready for all types of cooperation in the fight against terrorism and it is very important for our security organizations to meet on regular basis."

He also said the enemies of the Islamic world are after creating division among Muslims and stressed that cooperation between Tehran and Islamabad can play an important part in maintaining unity among Muslims.

The Pakistani Senate chairman who is heading a delegation here at the invitation of Larijani, has also met with President Mahmous Ahmadinejad, Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi and Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council Saeed Jalili.

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