ISLAMABAD – The Iranian Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian made statements that Iran respects the sovereignty of Pakistan and its right to defend itself and no external force will be allowed to damage the mutual relationship and common issues of the countries.
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian made numerous statements as the Ministry of Foreign Affairs official stated that FM of Iran came in on short notice.
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian statedthat both Pakistan and Iran share strong bond and cultural values and both countries will continue to cooperate for betterment of the people.
FM Iran stated that both the countries have lost enough to terrorism as both countries have waged a war against terrorism for quite some time.
The Minister also stated that it would be difficult to find two countries with such a deep relationship like Pakistan and Iran have.
The visit came after both the countries exchanged Airstrikes during the past week after Iran violated Pakistan’s airspace.
Iran conducted unprovoked airstrikes in Pakistan which resulted in civilian casualties after which Pakistan strongly retaliated.
Pakistan conducted precision targeted attacks inside Iranian borders which led to the demise of 9 terrorists inside of Iran.
Tensions between Pakistan and Iran were sky high as the all forthcoming visits to and fro Iran were suspended on a short notice.
Afterwards, the Iranian emissary was expelled from Pakistan as Iran broke the UN Charter and conducted unprovoked attacks inside Pakistan which was a direct question mark to Pakistan’s sovereignty.
A spokesperson of MoFA stated, “The two Foreign Ministers will hold comprehensive talks to enhance bilateral dialogue and engagement and to further strengthen Pakistan-Iran relations”.
This visit is a testament to the normalisation of ties and relationships between Iran and Pakistan.