Iran’s FM arrives Pakistan on two-day visit

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ISLAMABAD: Iran’s Foreign Minister (FM) Hossein Amir Abdollahian has arrived Pakistan on a two-day official visit to discuss wide range of issues concerning bilateral relations and the evolving regional situation with Pakistan’s leadership.

According to The Express Tribune, during his stay, FM Abdollahian will have a meeting with Pakistan Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Thursday. The meeting will include discussions regarding various aspects of bilateral ties, as stated by the Foreign Office spokesperson.

The media reports said that Abdollahian will also have a meeting with Prime Minister  Shehbaz Sharif to engage in discussions aimed at bolstering the consensus between the leadership of the two nations to advance the bilateral ties.

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Meanwhile, the Iran FM will also engage with the speaker of the National Assembly and the chairman of the Senate, discussing the parliamentary linkages between the two countries.

The Foreign Office spokesperson earlier said that a high-level delegation comprising the deputy foreign minister for economic affairs and senior officials from various ministries including trade, roads and urban development, investment, agriculture, and energy had arrived to hold preparatory meetings ahead of FM’s visit.

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