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Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has hailed Iran’s resistance against problems and its push to advance its economic objectives, saying Pakistan should learn from Iran how to counter the sanctions.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has told Pakistani Foreign Minister that strengthening relations between Iran and Pakistan will boost regional economy and security.
In a phone conversation with his Pakistani counterpart Balawal Bhutto Zardari, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian congratulated him on his appointment as the new top diplomat of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and wished him success.
Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has thanked Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi for his message of congratulation on his election as the Pakistani premier, and has invited Raisi to visit Islamabad.
The head of Pakistan’s Southern Command, Lieutenant General Sarfraz Ali, has said there is absolutely no communication gap between the armed forces of Iran and Pakistan, particularly between the border guards.
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, in a message, has congratulated election of Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif as Pakistan’s new Prime Minister.
Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has outlined his administration’s plans in regard to ties with neighbors and regional countries, voicing support for the expansion of relations with Iran and calling for sending aid to Afghanistan.
The foreign ministers of Iran and Pakistan have described as frustrating the deprivation of Afghan girls from education.
Iranian Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi has in a message offered condolences to his Pakistani counterpart and families of the victims over the death of a number of people in Friday’s terrorist attack at a mosque in Peshawar, Pakistan.
Pakistan’s economic authorities have approved a legal mechanism designed to facilitate barter trade with Iran in new step in the direction of expanding commercial ties between the two neighbors.
Iran’s Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi has said improving conditions in Mirjaveh border market of Sistan and Baluchestan on the border with Pakistan, must be on the agenda of provincial officials.
Iranian Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi has held talks with Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan over bilateral ties and issues of mutual interest.
Iran’s Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi says necessary capacities exist to strengthen cooperation, especially economic exchanges between Iran and Pakistan.
Iran’s Embassy in Islamabad has roundly dismissed claims by a Pakistani newspaper that Tehran assisted the Yemeni army in its recent retaliatory aerial attacks on the United Arab Emirates (UAE), a key party to the Saudi-led coalition waging war on Yemen.
The Islamabad government’s newly-unveiled National Security Policy underscores a need for Pakistan and neighboring Iran to keep up close cooperation to both better manage joint borders and ensure regional security.
Head of Iran’s Border Guard Command Brigadier General Ahmad Ali Goudarzi has travelled to Karachi, Pakistan, for talks over bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa has said his country and Iran should launch a joint committee to boost security along their border as much as possible.
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Queshi has said the ties between Tehran and Islamabad are rooted in strong historical, religious and cultural commonalities.