Tehran, Islamabad Bound by Commonalities

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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