FM spokesman: Iran has a "plan" to hinder meddling in Libya, Bahrain
The country can propose a plan to hinder the West's interference in Libya and Bahrain, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast said, ISNA reported.
"The most important issue is to listen to the voice of nations rose against their governments, prevent meddling of foreigners in interior affairs of these countries and maintain peace in the region. These measures are in dire need of cumulative efforts, coordination, solidarity and consultation of governments," Mehmanparast told.
Referring to the issue of Syria, he said, "situation in the country shows a calculated and complex plot masterminded by Israel and the West hegemonic system and their exploitation of armed groups and puppet mercenaries to represent Syria as a frontline for confrontation of the unsafe and unstable Israel in order to destroy the country."
Iranian Foreign Minister's special aide turned to meetings, work groups and consultations of five Caspian Sea littoral sates and said, "heads of the five states will next meet in Russia to finalize their upcoming agreements for use of Caspian Sea based on generally-accepted codes."