TEHRAN - Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki here expressed the hope that the government of Pakistan would leave no stone unturned to recover the kidnapped Iranian envoy as soon as possible. Responding to a query at a Press conference held during his visit to "15th International Festival and Fair of Press and News Agencies" now underway at the Iranian capital, Mottaki said that he on Tuesday had contacted his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi who apprised him about the steps the Pakistani government was taking for the recovery of Iranian diplomat, who was kidnapped from Peshawar last week. The Iranian Foreign Minister said that the need of the hour was that Pakistan and Afghanistan should enhance their security cooperation to stop occurrence of such incidents. He, however, said that Pakistan was responsible for the security and safety of our diplomats. He expressed the hope that Pakistan would take needed steps and efforts for the recovery of Iranian envoy. When asked whether he expected that the US President-elect Barack Obama would take initiatives for world peace, he said that Iran had always worked for world peace. "President of Iran had sent message to Barack Obama on his election as the President of United States. Past experiences show that during electoral process the US candidates adopted double standard and even after entering White House they pursue the same policies," he added. He said in fact the failed policies of US President Bush had jeopardised peace in this region and that was the reason his party lost polls. The people of America wanted to see change in policies, he said.