Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Saturday his reaction after ousted Libyan ruler Moammar Gadhafi's death is "not different."
"It was the will of the people that should work. ... justice, freedom and respect - this is the right of all nations," he said in an interview with CNN's Fareed Zakaria.
Ahmadinejad said he believed NATO's mission in Libya exacerbated the conflict, adding that the sovereignty of all nations should be respected.
The position of the United States in countries such as Libya and Syria has not helped, he added.
"Justice dictates that nobody should kill the other. Nobody has the right to kill others ... neither the government nor the opponents," Ahmadinejad said.
"We are going to make greater efforts to both encourage the government of Syria and the other side and all parties to reach an understanding. We believe there should be no interference from outside."
Ahmadinejad's stance on conflicts mirrors his speech last month at the U.N. General Assembly.
Delegations from the United States and several European nations, including France and the United Kingdom, walked out during Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's speech, in which he repeatedly condemned the United States and said some countries use the Holocaust as an "excuse to pay ransom... to Zionists."
In his remarks, Ahmadinejad called the September 11, 2001, attacks "mysterious" and said they were a pretext for a U.S.-led war against Afghanistan and Iraq.
He said the United States killed al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden instead of assigning a fact-finding team to investigate "hidden elements involved in September 11."
He also placed blame on the United States for numerous global problems including the financial crisis, criticizing it for dominating the world's "policy-making establishments," overspending on the military, and "printing trillions of dollars" that triggered inflation, according to an English translation of his speech provided by Iran's U.N. mission.
Ahmadinejad said the U.S. government views Zionism as "sacred," and that "European countries still use the Holocaust after six decades as the excuse to pay (a) fine or ransom to the Zionists."