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News number: 8711041065

21:08 | 2009-01-23

Foriegn Policy

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Iran Ready to Transfer Security Experiences to Iraq

TEHRAN (FNA)- Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Saeed Jalili here in Tehran on Friday announced Tehran's preparedness to transfer security experiences to Iraq in different fields.



"Iran is ready to transfer its experiences in different security grounds, including training, establishing security institutions and other fields to our Iraqi friends," Jalili told reporters in a joint press conference with Iraq's National Security Adviser Muwafaq al-Rubaie.

He called Iran and Iraq borders as "borders of security and friendship" and added, "On the same basis, the two sides will never allow anybody within their borders or from inside their lands to act against the other nation and will strongly confront any terrorist act or any action against the other nation."

Jalili further noted transfer of affairs from the US to the Baghdad government, and said, "When the Iraqi nation expresses its readiness to undertake its security, independence and the country's affairs, there will be no excuse for occupation and its continuation."

Referring to changes in the US administration, Jalili emphasized, "What is called as 'change' in Obama's era must be a change in practice."

Elsewhere, he called Israel's massacre of the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip as "the worst form of terrorism".

Since the Israeli army started its onslaught on Gaza on December 27, around 1,340 Gazans were killed and over 5,500 more were wounded, including 1,855 children and 795 women.