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Denmark agrees with Iran on the point that double standards should be eliminated from the international campaign against terrorism
Secretary of National Security Council Hassan Rohani met Danish Minister of Foreign Affairs Per Stig Moeller on Monday. On recent developments in Iraq, Rowhani expressed Iran's satisfaction over the organizing of public elections there and the establishment of Iraq's National Parliament, stressing, "The Iraqi parliament's most important task now is ratification of Iraq's new Constitution, free from foreign interference." He meanwhile stressed, "The new Iraqi constitution should be drafted in a way to secure the interests of all Iraqi religious and ethnic groups." Rowhani said, "Keeping in mind the fact that terrorism can play a very destructive role in shaping up Iraq's future political structure, it is necessary for all neighbors of that country to take part in campaign aimed at uprooting terrorism in Iraq and in establishment of security there." On Iran's close cooperation with the UN in international campaign against terrorism, Rohani said, "Iran has presented a report to the Security Council's Special Committee for Campaign Against Terrorism, and in that report we have stressed the need to abandon double-standard in that campaign." Criticizing the EU for its lenience in dealing with the Mojahedin Khalq Organization (MKO), Rohani said, "A unified approach is needed in campaign against terrorism, that is a serious threat against the whole mankind." Moeller considered cooperation in campaign against terrorism, and seeking the roots of that international problem "quite important", saying, "Denmark agrees with Iran on the point that double standards should be eliminated from the international campaign against terrorism." The Danish FM at the end emphasized, "Denmark is determined to boost comprehensive ties with Iran."

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