RIYADH, Saudi Arabia -- Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Saud al-Faisal has warned against the danger of Iran's nuclear program to the region's security and said Iran should not threaten its neighbors since countries in the region harbor no ill-intentions to the Islamic Republic.

"We stress the danger of the Iranian nuclear program to the security of the whole region," Prince Saud said Saturday in a joint news conference with Indian External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid in the city of Jiddah.

Turning to Syria, he also that Syrian President Bashar Assad and his regime should have no role in the country's future.

Saudi Arabia announced last week the arrest of 10 more members of an alleged Iranian spy ring.

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  • In this April 8, 2008 file photo provided by the Iranian President's Office, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, center, visits the Natanz Uranium Enrichment Facility some 200 miles (322 kilometers) south of the capital Tehran. (AP Photo/Iranian President's Office, File)

  • A general view of the Natanz nuclear enrichment facility, is seen on April 9, 2007, 180 miles south of Tehran, Iran. (Majid Saeedi/Getty Images)

  • In this Sept. 2007 file picture an anti-aircraft gun position is seen at Iran's nuclear enrichment facility in Natanz, Iran. Iran is poised for a major technological update of its uranium enrichment program, allowing it to vastly increase production of the material that can be used for both reactor fuel and nuclear warheads, diplomats told The Associated Press Thursday, Jan. 31, 2013. The diplomats said that Iran last week told the International Atomic Energy Agency that it wants to install thousands of high-technology machines at its main enriching site at Natanz, in central Iran. The machines are estimated to be able to enrich up to five times faster than the present equipment. (AP Photo/Hasan Sarbakhshian, File)

  • In this image released by ISIS, satellite imagery of the Parchin site is seen from April 9, 2012, taken before the beginning of major alterations undergone by the site starting in late spring of 2012. Emailing a series of commercial satellite photographs to The Associated Press Wednesday, the Institute for Science and International Security said the images showed “a steady pace of what appears to be the “reconstruction” phase of the site which between April and July 2012 had undergone considerable alterations. (AP Photo/ Isis)

  • A file satellite image taken Sunday Sept. 27, 2009, provided by DigitalGlobe, shows a suspected nuclear enrichment facility under construction inside a mountain located north of Qom, Iran. (AP Photo/DigitalGlobe, File)

  • In this Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011, file photo, a part of Arak heavy water nuclear facilities is seen, near the central city of Arak, 150 miles (250 kilometers) southwest of the capital Tehran, Iran. (AP Photo/Fars News Agency, Mehdi Marizad, File)

  • A Saturday, Jan. 15, 2011 file photo, shows Iran's heavy water nuclear facilities near the central city of Arak 150 miles (250 kilometers) southwest of Tehran. (AP Photo/ISNA,Hamid Foroutan, File)

  • In this Saturday, Aug. 21, 2010, file photo, an Iranian security directs media at the Bushehr nuclear power plant, with the reactor building seen in the background, just outside the southern city of Bushehr, Iran. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi, File)

  • In this Tuesday, Oct. 26, 2010 file photo, a worker rides a bike in front of the reactor building of the Bushehr nuclear power plant, just outside the southern city of Bushehr, Iran. (AP Photo/Mehr News Agency, Majid Asgaripour, File)

  • This July 6, 2002 file satellite image taken by QuickBird satellite, shows the Bushehr nuclear power plant, dome in top center, in Bushehr, Iran, 750 miles (1,200 kilometers) southwest of Tehran. (AP Photo/Digitalglobe, File)

  • In this Tuesday, April 3, 2007 file photo, technicians work at the reactor building of the Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant, some 750 miles (1,245 kilometers) south of the capital Tehran, Iran. (AP Photo/ISNA, Sot Akbar, File)

  • In this file photo made Monday, Aug. 23, 2010, and released by the International Iran Photo Agency, Iranian technicians work at the Bushehr nuclear power plant, outside the southern city of Bushehr, Iran. A foreign intelligence report says Monday Jan. 31, 2011, that the control systems of the nuclear plant have been penetrated by a computer worm unleashed last year, according to a foreign intelligence report that warns of a possible Chernobyl-like disaster once the site becomes fully operational. (AP Photo/IIPA,Ebrahim Norouzi, file)

  • A Russian technician works in the control room of Bushehr nuclear power plant at the Iranian port town of Bushehr, 1200 Kms south of Tehran, on February 25, 2009. (BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP/Getty Images)

  • In this Saturday, Feb. 3, 2007 file photo, an Iranian technician works at the Uranium Conversion Facility just outside the city of Isfahan 255 miles (410 kilometers) south of the capital Tehran, Iran. (AP Photo/Vahid Salemi, File)

  • In this Wednesday Feb. 15, 2012 file photo, released by the Iranian President's Office, claims to show Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, second left being escorted by technicians during a tour of Tehran's research reactor centre in northern Tehran, Iran. (AP Photo/Iranian President's Office, File)

  • In this Feb. 15, 2012, file photo, provided by the Iranian President's Office, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, right, is escorted by technicians during a tour of Tehran's research reactor center in northern Tehran, Iran. (AP Photo/Iranian President's Office, File)