Iran urged for strong relations among Muslim countries to counter US agenda

Iran’s Supreme National Security Council Secretary Ali Shamkhani called on National Security Adviser Nasser Khan Janjua in Tehran and stressed the need to enhance relations among Muslim countries to deal with the anti-Muslim policies pursued by the United States, Iran’s PressTV reported on Monday.

“The United States’ s dishonest, duplicitous and divisive policy towards Muslim countries, including Iran and Pakistan, requires that they bolster cooperation against America in addition to maintaining vigilance and taking preventive measures,” Ali Shamkhani was quoted as saying.

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The Iranian official highlighted the need for enhancement of cooperation among Muslim countries in order to foil what he termed “the US conspiracy to divide the Muslim world”.

He said Tehran was willing to enhance security and economic cooperation with Islamabad, adding that it will not allow anyone to damage its bilateral relations with Pakistan.

“We will not allow some countries to affect relations between the two countries through sending weapons and hiring terrorists to create insecurity on their borders,” he maintained.

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