A SENIOR Iranian Interior Ministry official has hailed Tehran and Islamabads tight security cooperation during the last year, and said that terrorist groups have failed to wage an attack against Iran from Pakistans soil during the last 11 months, reported Fars News Agency on Saturday. Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the 7th meeting of Iran-Pakistan special security committee, Iranian Deputy Interior Minister for Security and Law Enforcement Affairs Ali Abdollahi lauded the two neighboring countries ties as brotherly and friendly. He pointed to the activities of several terrorist groups along Pakistani border region, and noted, These groups have failed to launch a terrorist action (against Iran) during the last 11 months thanks to the good cooperation between (Iranian and Pakistani) authorities. Our Pakistani friends have ensured us that no terrorist group could use Pakistans soil against the Islamic Republic of Iran, the official stated. Iran and Pakistan tightened security cooperation after the disbanded Jundollah group used the latters soil to stage repeated terrorist attacks against Iran during the last few years. The West-backed Jundollah was the main terrorist cell operating in Southeastern Iran. Tehran has arrested majority of its members and executed its number one and number two men. Jundollah claimed responsibility for numerous terrorist attacks in Iran. The group carried out mass murder, armed robbery, kidnapping, acts of sabotage and bombings. They targeted civilians and government officials as well as all ranks of Irans military.