In a meeting with the Algerian prime minister, Larijani added that certain regional countries’ support has helped terrorist groups cause insecurity in the Middle East.
Presidents of Bolivia, Russia, Equatorial Guinea, Nigeria, Venezuela, Iraq and Turkmenistan are among foreign dignitaries who have arrived in Tehran.
The Supreme Leader has said that the sole way for progress and victory by independent countries is resistance and relying on masses of people in the war of wills.
An immediate ceasefire to end bloodshed along with coordinated international efforts to take on terrorism and extremism is the first step in settling the crisis, wrote FM Zarif in an opinion piece.
The best way for blocking the infiltration of the Takfiri currents, the Leader said, is to bolster genuine Islamic ideologies, which he described as "moderate and sensible."
In order to confront terrorism, the first step is to cut off the financial and military aid provided to the terrorists by certain regional countries, Kharrazi told a British MP.
Those who have nurtured IS are criticizing those who are fighting IS, Zarif said.
Describing extremism and terrorism as common threats to the world, the spokesman called for concerted efforts by all countries in the fight against the inhumane phenomena.
Larijani said that Western countries need to ask their regional allies to stop providing the terrorist groups with weapons and oil.
If it wasn’t for Iran’s stance against the disintegration of Iraq and Syria, Damascus and Baghdad would have fallen by now, Velayati said.