Ahmadinejad urges regional states to eliminate terrorism in meeting with Sudan's Bashir
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Sunday called on regional countries to eliminate terrorism in the world through all-out cooperation, IRNA reported.
He made the remark in a meeting with his Sudanese counterpart President Omar al-Bashir who is currently in Tehran to attend the two-day International Conference on Global Fight against Terrorism which concluded its work Sunday afternoon.
Referring to "unfair" world order, he said as long as oppression and discrimination exist in the world the problems will remain unsolved.
President Ahmadinejad underlined the need for vigilance of world nations vis-a-vis enemies' conspiracies, adding that the US is trying to help its allies particularly Israel by creating tension in the World of Islam.
Experiences have proved that the US administration is not a good friend for regional states, he said, adding that Israel is against establishment of peace and tranquillity in the entire region.
Voicing Iran's full support for independence and solidarity of Sudan, the President said the two countries enjoy amicable and growing ties. He underlined the need for further boost in all-out relations between the two nations.
He also announced Tehran's readiness to exchange experience and make joint investment with Sudan.
Praising Iran for hosting anti-terrorism conference, President al-Bashir stressed that Iran and Sudan share identical views regarding the issue of terrorism.
"Today, the threat of state terrorism posed by Washington and Tel Aviv has endangered the security of world nations," the Sudanese president said.
Expressing his satisfaction with the growing trend of bilateral relations between the two friendly nations, he called for further promotion of bilateral all-out ties.
He also lauded Iran's "great" achievements in various scientific fields.