Tehran, April 30, IRNA – Iran is ready to transfer its experience in fighting terrorism to the international community, Head of Iran's Expediency Council Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani said on Saturday.
He made the remarks in a meeting with visiting President of Belgian Senate Christine Defraigne.
Iran is a victim of terrorism and the present security in the country is due to the Islamic Republic's longstanding fight against terrorism, the senior cleric added.
Ayatollah Rafsanjani said that Iran is ready to transfer its experience in fighting terrorism to the international community.
Referring to the spread of terrorism in the world and recent criminal attacks in Brussels and Paris, he called terrorists as a global danger.
He warned about access of terrorists to Weapons of Mass Destruction including the chemical weapons and said that elimination of this dangerous phenomenon requires fundamental global action.
Ayatollah Rafsanjani called for a boost in all-out ties between Iran and Belgium, adding that there is no limitation for expansion of ties between Tehran and other European capitals including Brussels.
He pointed to the results of parliamentary elections in Iran after the nuclear deal and said that it is better for US and EU to avoid throwing obstacles on the way of execution of the nuclear deal.
The world expected the US to do its best in implementing the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action similar to what Washington did for finalizing it, the official added.