Iranian, Saudi leaders hold second phone chat on ME affairs

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October 21, 2010 12:49

 
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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Saudi King Abdullah conducted their second telephone conversation regarding important developments in the Middle Eas region within two week, AFP cited from an IRNA report on Thursday.

"In this telephone call, the heads of the two states discussed boosting bilateral cooperation, as well as recent developments in the region and in the international scene," AFP quoted from the IRNA report.

Ahmadinejad and Abdullah first conversation took place on October 12, before the Iranian leader went to Lebanon on a saber-rattling trip to the nation's southern border with Israel.

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