Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif says a "zero-sum perspective" on regional issues will result in "total loss".
Zarif made the remarks during a speech at the 52nd Munich Security Conference (MSC) held to discuss ongoing crises and future challenges to international security, Press TV reported.
Following a marathon meeting in Munich aimed at resurrecting Syria peace talks that collapsed last week, major negotiators agreed on Friday to a cessation of hostilities in Syria and facilitation of delivery of humanitarian aid to besieged Syrian towns.
"There is no lose-win game in our world today," said Zarif. "Each one of us should accept certain principles and enter into dialogue."
He called on regional countries to reconsider their "paradigms," adding, "We have to change this paradigm. I can assure you. Iran is ready."
Zarif said the countries in the region are facing "common threats" that are causing problems for "our brothers in Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, even in Afghanistan and Central Asia."