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Tehran, Islamabad Bound by Commonalities
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Tehran, Islamabad Bound by Commonalities

Ambassador to Pakistan Mehdi Honardoost said Tehran and Islamabad have common concerns and interests, stressing that "nobody can divide us and create a wedge between Iran and Pakistan". Honardoost noted that Iran has been a "time-tested friend" of Pakistan even during very difficult times and nobody can harm the brotherly ties of the two neighboring countries, IRNA reported.

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