Publish dateTuesday 23 January 2024 - 09:27
Story Code : 284714
The Foreign Ministries of Iran and Pakistan issued a joint statement and announced that after a telephone conversation between the foreign ministers of the two countries, the two sides agreed that the ambassadors of the two countries would return to their workplaces in four days and the relations between the two countries return to state The spokesperson of Iran's Foreign Ministry, while defending the country's missile attacks on Pakistani soil, said that Iran's Foreign Minister is going to visit Pakistan soon at the invitation of his Pakistani counterpart.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Tehran: The media of the Islamic Republic of Iran have reported that Hossein Amir Abdullahian is going to visit Pakistan on the invitation of Jalil Abbas Jilani, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan.

After the attack of the Iranian military forces on the headquarters of the terrorists on the border of Pakistan and the brief tensions that arose between Tehran and Islamabad, the government of Pakistan decided on Friday to end the crisis with Iran and resume diplomatic relations with Tehran completely.

After the meeting, the government of Pakistan decided to stop the tension and conflict with Iran while emphasizing good neighborliness.

According to ISNA, Jalil Abbas Jilani, the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan, earlier in a telephone conversation with the Foreign Minister of Iran, referring to the common goals of the two countries in the fight against terrorism, said that the common attitude in the fight against terrorism is the core of the cooperation between the two countries and that Pakistan has always It has emphasized on fraternal and constructive relations with Iran and the right of sovereignty and territorial integrity is always a serious concern of Islamabad.

Emphasizing the special interest and respect of the nation and government of Pakistan for the Islamic Republic of Iran, he emphasized the development of brotherly relations in all aspects between the two countries and added: We are two long-standing neighbors and Muslims, terrorism is our common enemy and we should not treat terrorists and enemies. Relations between Tehran and Islamabad allowed abuse. 

The Foreign Minister of Pakistan also invited Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian for an official visit to Islamabad.

Following the announcement of the resumption of normal relations between Tehran and Islamabad, Pakistan's Foreign Ministry also announced on Friday an agreement with Iran to reduce tension in bilateral relations.

This ministry announced that Tehran and Islamabad have reached an agreement regarding the reduction of bilateral tension following the recent airstrikes.

The Foreign Ministry of Iran announced on Friday that the ambassadors of Pakistan and Iran will soon return to the embassies of the two countries.

This ministry announced that we will focus on the security and military cooperation that we had previously agreed on with Pakistan.

Meanwhile, in a press conference in Tehran, the spokesman of Iran's Foreign Ministry, Nasser Kanani, in response to a question about Iran's recent actions against terrorist groups in Pakistan's border areas, said: What was done, the attack on the terrorist base, the terrorist movement of Jaish al-Zalum in the area known as Koh Sabz was the result of an immediate necessity to deal with terrorists who were ready to operate in Iran, these terrorists were about half an hour away from the common border and were ready to attack Iran's border, the country's bases and possibly Iranian citizens.

The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran said: Iran-Pakistan relations are strong and friendly and have deep ties.

The spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran also said: Iran's recent action in the Kurdistan Region against its threats and enemies was not an action against Iraq and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq.

It should be mentioned that Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps targeted the bases of terrorist groups and spies of the Zionist regime in Pakistan, Iraq and Syria last week.
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