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Iranian president, Qatari emir discuss regional issues
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c_330_235_16777215_0___images_stories_edim_02_am3a(3).jpgTEHRAN – Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said that the terrorists operating in the region must be aware of the fact that the era of terrorism has come to an end. 
 
Rouhani made the remarks in a telephone conversation with Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani held on Sunday on the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan. 
 
The president highlighted the importance of increased cooperation between the countries in the region in order to deal with terrorism and insecurity and said, “We hope that the terrorists understand the firm will of Muslim governments in the region to deal with terrorism and know that the era of killing people and terrorism has come to an end.” 
 
He also said that terrorism and extremism are among the major issues facing the regional countries, adding that the Muslim people should work together to get rid of these problems. 
 
The people in the region should help each other through dialogue, fraternity, and friendship in order to promote peace and stability, he said. 
 
He went on to say that the Zionist regime and the enemies of the Muslim world will benefit from the spread of terrorism in the region.     
 
Elsewhere in his remarks, Rouhani said that constructive cooperation between Tehran and Doha can help promote peace and stability in the region.  
 
The Qatari emir, for his part, said that all the regional countries should cooperate to deal with terrorism because the current critical situation in the region is very dangerous and the continuation of the crisis will harm everyone.
 
It is imperative that politicians work hand in hand in order to stem the spread of the crisis in the region, he said. 
 
AM/PA

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