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Pakistan Seeks Enhanced Collaboration with Iran Amid Regional Challenges

Islamabad, Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi has called for strengthened collaboration between Pakistan and Iran to effectively tackle common challenges, including terrorism. This call for deeper cooperation was made during a meeting with Iranian Ambassador Reza Amiri Moghaddam in Islamabad.

According to Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, the discussions between Minister Naqvi and Ambassador Moghaddam were significantly geared towards the preparations for the upcoming visit of the Iranian President to Pakistan. This high-level visit is anticipated to include the signing of multiple bilateral agreements and is seen as pivotal in light of the current regional circumstances.

Minister Naqvi highlighted the profound brotherly relations between Pakistan and Iran, noting that the forthcoming visit of the Iranian President is expected to be a landmark event for the promotion of bilateral ties. He expressed optimism that this visit would usher in a new era of enhanced cooperation that would benefit both nations, particularly in addressing security concerns and bolstering economic and diplomatic relations.