News ID: 363848
Publish Date: 02 September 2012 - 06:12
Navideshahed: Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei in a meeting with Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari stressed the necessity of using the capacities and potentials of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) to confront terrorism.

The Supreme Leader described terrorism as a phenomenon imposed by the West on the regional nations, and said, "The Untied States and the Western powers are accompanied by devilishness, corruption and insecurity wherever they arrive."

The Supreme Leader further stressed convergence among Muslim states and utilizing NAM potentials for combating terrorism, and added, "All of us are required to feel responsible vis-à-vis the bullying and imposition of the big powers and stand against them."

He reminded the Iranian nation's positive look at the faithful Muslim nation of Pakistan, and expressed the hope that the problems imposed on Pakistan would come to an end.

The Pakistani president, for his part, called the relations between the two nations as "profound" and said Islamabad strives to increasingly expand its relations with Tehran.

"Your wise ideas about unity and resistance are completely palatable to us," Asif Ali Zardari reiterated.

He also praised the good and successful arrangement and holding of the NAM summit in Tehran, and said, "This summit shows to the world how they should resolve their problems."

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Source: Fars News Agency

The Supreme Leader described terrorism as a phenomenon imposed by the West on the regional nations, and said, "The Untied States and the Western powers are accompanied by devilishness, corruption and insecurity wherever they arrive." The Supreme Leader further stressed convergence among Muslim states and utilizing NAM potentials for combating terrorism, and added, "All of us are required to feel responsible vis-à-vis the bullying and imposition of the big powers and stand against them." He reminded the Iranian nation's positive look at the faithful Muslim nation of Pakistan, and expressed the hope that the problems imposed on Pakistan would come to an end. The Pakistani president, for his part, called the relations between the two nations as "profound" and said Islamabad strives to increasingly expand its relations with Tehran. "Your wise ideas about unity and resistance are completely palatable to us," Asif Ali Zardari reiterated. He also praised the good and successful arrangement and holding of the NAM summit in Tehran, and said, "This summit shows to the world how they should resolve their problems." The End Source: Fars News Agency
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