Rowhani asked Australian government to take action against terrorist MKO
In a meeting with Australian Parliament Speaker Neil Andrew, Hassan Rowhani, Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council, referred to the crimes of terrorist Mojahedin-e Khalq in Iran and asked for legal action of Australian government against them.
According to ISNA, Dr. Rowhani then went on to say that Tehran-Canberra ties can be developed significantly by observing two country's interests and security issues.
The Head of Australian Parliament also said in meeting with Rowhani: "members of Australian parliament are interested in developing ties with Iran. I personally support positive events in two country's relations. Issues related to the national security have special importance."
He added: "campaigns against terrorism should be carried out in an in discriminatory manner and within the international scope."
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