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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has called on the Muslim nations to close ranks in the face of rising terrorist threats.
“For fighting terrorism, we don't have to wait for others as Muslim countries enjoy enough power and options tor clearing the [Middle East] region from terrorists,” Rouhani said in a meeting with visiting Indonesian foreign minister, Retno Marsudi, on Wednesday.
Rouhani further expressed regret that some Muslim countries have been gripped by terrorism and extremism.
The Iranian president also called for enhanced relations with Indonesia as the world’s most populous Muslim nation, saying Iran is ready to expand ties with Jakarta in all fields of interest.
Rouhani also appreciated special efforts made by Indonesian President Joko Widodo for boosting unity and promoting dialogue in the Islamic world.
For her part, the Indonesian foreign minister hailed the current state of ties between Tehran and Jakarta, saying the two sides will certainly enjoy broader relations in the future.
Marsudi said Iran-Indonesia unity would help strengthen peace and stability in the region.
Before her trip to Tehran, Marsudi discussed the current diplomatic rift between Iran and Saudi Arabia in a phone conversation with the European Union foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini. According to a statement released by Mogherini’s office, the two diplomats agreed “to continue cooperating on future initiatives that could help appease the situation.”
Saudi Arabia on January 3 severed diplomatic ties with Iran after its diplomatic posts in two Iranian cities of Tehran and Mashhad were attacked in protest to the kingdom’s execution of the top Shia Sheikh Nimr Baqir al-Nimr.

•    Seven people were killed in a series of bomb and gun attacks in central Jakarta. Indonesian police said five attackers and two others, a Canadian and an Indonesian, were killed.
•    The Islamic State group said its “crusader alliance” carried out the attack. Police spokesman Gen Anton Charliyan said: “They imitated the terror actions in Paris.”
•    A Dutch man was among those wounded. Authorities in the Netherlands said a Dutch man was critically injured. Five policeman suffered gun or shrapnel wounds.
•    Police declared they had regained control of the area five hours after an initial bomb attack at 10.30am local time. There were six explosions in quick succession, according to witnesses.
•    At least one of the blasts occurred near the United Nations headquarters on Thamrin Road.
•    A suicide bomber was killed in an attack at a nearby Starbucks. The company said one customer was injured.
•    The Indonesian president, Joko Widodo, condemned the attacks and appealed for calm. He said: “The state, nation and people should not be afraid of, and lose to, such terror acts.”
•    Nine suspected Islamic State terrorists were arrested in December with documents outlining a plan to “do a concert” in Jakarta.
That’s it for now. There will be more updates and analysis on the Indonesia section of the Guardian’s site.




دسته بندی: مکالمه آزاد | تاريخ انتشار : 1395/02/07 13:52 | بازدید : 504

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