IRNA - President
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his Pakistani counterpart Asif Ali Zardari discussed on Saturday regional developments over phone, IRNA reported.
During the telephone conversation, the two presidents called on governments of Islamic states to exercising vigilance, solidarity and unity in the region.
The two presidents also agreed that the Islamic governments should also strongly deal with the conspiracies of their enemies to sow discord among Muslims.
"Our common enemies seek to divide governments and nations in Islamic world in order to weaken them to attain their sinister goals," said the two presidents.
"The enemies also try to prevent restoration of security and tranquility to the region," they underlined.
President Ahmadinejad said 'There is no doubt that the enemies are not committed to any governments or nations in the region. Even if they might voice support for certain governments they will not hesitate to sacrifice those governments in the future.'
All nations should back each other to thwart plots hatched by the enemies, he said.
The Pakistani president, for his part, said the Pakistani people always stand by the Iranian nation and Islamic Ummah.
Countries and governments of the region should beware not to allow their actions to be misused by the enemies, he said.
Countries of the region should maitain their unity and solidarity to help restore tranquility and peace, said the Pakistani president.
Calling of expansion of all-out cooperation between the two countries, he said Pakistan seeks to broaden cooperation with Iran in all fields.