Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Kabul: Iran's Foreign Minister Hussain Amir Abdullahian has announced his meeting with Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and said that Afghanistan is a common concern of Iran and Pakistan.
This meeting was held yesterday (Tuesday, January 24) on the sidelines of the ECO Council of Ministers meeting in Tashkent, the capital of Uzbekistan.
Abdullahian wrote in a tweet that he agrees with Bhutto on trade, transit, tourism and international regional cooperation.
He said that a new border market between Pakistan and Iran is going to be established soon.
Abdullahian emphasized that "Afghanistan is still our common concern."
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Iran has also said in a statement that Abdullahian and Bhutto, while reviewing the developments in Afghanistan, assessed the necessity of forming an inclusive government as a basic solution to recognize the government in Afghanistan and "the importance of maintaining the existing consensus in this regard among Afghanistan's neighboring countries and other actors." were reminded."
Iran's foreign minister has also emphasized the creation of an inclusive government in Afghanistan at the ECO meeting.
He said: Undoubtedly, the establishment of an all-inclusive government in Afghanistan can not only help the aid programs and reconstruction of the country, but it will also reduce the threats caused by terrorist operations, refugees and drug trafficking for the region.