Iran urges all-out fight against terror

Iran urges all-out fight against terror

Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani has reiterated foreign intervention in the internal affairs of countries, urging all nations to strongly combat terrorism.

“In our view, independence and national sovereignty of countries are important and if certain individuals seek to trample upon this right of nations, it would be unacceptable,” Rouhani said in a meeting with his Bolivian counterpart Evo Morales in Tehran on Tuesday.

He reaffirmed Tehran's call for a political solution to ongoing conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Yemen in line with the will of their nations, Press TV reported.  

Rouhani said Iran and Bolivia are jointly fighting terrorism and unilateralism, and added that terrorist groups should not be allowed to easily carry out inhumane actions.

Morales, who attended the third summit of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) in Tehran on Monday, hailed Iran’s stance on fighting terrorism in the world.

Backed by superpowers, terrorism has always targeted independent and anti-imperialism countries, the Bolivian president said.

He called on all countries to unite and strengthen their cooperation in battling terrorism.


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