TEHRAN (PPI) - Iran's first Vice President Parviz Davoudi and Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani called for adoption of a defined strategy to fight terrorism. The two leaders discussed the issue over phone on Friday, Iran's Irna news agency reported on Saturday. According to Presidential Office Information Center, Davoudi strongly condemned recent attack on the motorcade of Pakistani Premier and expressed satisfaction that Gilani had escaped unhurt in the incident. He referred to kidnapping of some Iranian nationals by terrorist groups and their transfer to Pakistan and said "We hope Tehran and Islamabad will cooperate to free hostages and seriously deal with the terrorists." There are ample untapped potentials for expansion of mutual, regional and international cooperation between the two countries, Davoudi said and called for promoting such cooperation. Wishing success and prosperity for Pakistan govt and its nation, he stressed Iran regards Pakistan's security as its own and to this end it will spare no efforts. Irna quoted Gilani as thanking Iran's stand against terrorism and said, "terrorists do not believe in any religions or ideology and we hope through mutual cooperation we will adopt a defined strategy to seriously deal with them. " Expansion of border cooperation plays a significant role in deterring terrorists, he said, adding that, "there is no doubt that adoption of such joint strategy against terrorists will defeat them".