Iran’s Foreign Minister in Pakistan for Political, Economic Talks

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Foreign Minister of Iran Hossein Amirabdollahian traveled to Pakistan to discuss various regional and international issues and the enhancement of political and economic interaction between the two neighbors.

The top Iranian diplomat left Tehran for Islamabad on Wednesday to hold meetings with senior Pakistani officials.

The visit will reportedly revolve around the promotion of economic and trade relations between the two neighbors and their cooperation on border issues.

Amirabdollahian is also expected to hold talks about the latest regional and international developments and the necessity for serious and concerted action by the Muslim countries in response to the desecration of divine religions’ values in a number of European countries.

The Iranian foreign minister and his Pakistani counterpart Bilawal Bhutto Zardari are planned to hold formal talks and attend a joint press conference during the visit.

In a meeting with his Pakistani counterpart in Tehran in June, Amirabdollahian described Pakistan as one of the most important rings in the chain of the Iranian administration’s neighbor-oriented policy.

Over the recent years, Tehran and Islamabad have been working towards enhancing their relations, especially their bilateral economic ties and their mutual efforts at combating terrorism in the areas that straddle the common border.

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