Pakistan Relations Remain Cordial

Pakistan Relations Remain CordialPakistan Relations Remain Cordial

Whoever emerges as the winner in July 2 election in Pakistan, relations will not change with Iran,  the “only-stable” neighboring Muslim country. Rather there is the possibility of building closer ties between the brotherly countries because of changing regional situation, a Pakistani analyst of international affairs said. “Not only do all major political parties in Pakistan value ties with Tehran, but the country’s powerful military also shares the same line”, M I Malik said, IRNA reported on Friday. Historically, Pakistan’s relations with Iran has been cordial even during the most difficult times when Tehran was under stringent international sanctions, he said. Pakistan and Iran share a 1,000km-brders that clearly shows that both are strategically important for each other, the analyst added. Pakistan will hold a general elections on July 25.  The upcoming poll is due to be held at a time of growing political instability, with the ruling PML-N party accusing the powerful military, which has ruled Pakistan for about half its history since independence in 1947, of interfering in politics and trying to weaken it, Reuters reported.

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