No Obstacle to Improving Tehran-Islamabad Ties

No Obstacle to Improving Tehran-Islamabad Ties

Pakistan’s Interior Minister Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan said there is no obstacle to developing ties between Iran and Pakistan. In a meeting with Iranian Ambassador to Pakistan Mehdi Honardoost in Islamabad on Friday, the high-ranking Pakistani official said the two countries enjoy deep religious, cultural and political commonalities and have foiled all hostile plots against their friendly ties, IRNA reported. Nisar Ali Khan called for using the opportunities arising from the recent trip of President Hassan Rouhani to Pakistan on March 25 to boost mutual cooperation. Honardoost said the two states see several common interests and threats. The ambassador stressed the need for taking steps toward fostering economic and trade relations, and said close partnership will help promote security in both countries and pave the way for their development.

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