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Rouhani receives Pakistani FM, stresses importance of mutual relations

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has met with visiting Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and stressed the importance of close relations between the two countries.

"Relations with Pakistan are very important for Iran and we recognize much significance for an expansion of ties between the two countries," Rouhani said on Sunday.

The Iranian president added that Tehran welcomed Pakistanís efforts in seeking to ensure peace and stability in the region. He also called for improved dialogue and cooperation between the regionís Muslim states.

Rouhani added that Tehran and Islamabad should deepen their relations and not allow certain terrorists groups threaten the security of the two countriesí shared borders.

The Iranian president also expressed gratitude for Islamabadís solidarity with Tehran regarding the recent crash of Ukrainian Airlines flight 752 in Iran and Washingtonís assassination of Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani last week.

"The leaders of the United States and the Israel, along with leaders of terrorist groups around the world such as Daesh, were happy with the assassination of Soleimani," Rouhani said.

"However, people who seek peace and security in the region were saddened [by the incident]í, he added, calling on "all countries to firmly condemn Washingtonís act of government terrorism".

Rouhani stressed that in the "current circumstances" all sides need to "cooperate in deescalating tensions in the region".

Speaking on his part, Qureshi vowed that Islamabad will not allow his countryís borders to be used to threaten Iran and that Pakistan regards itself as "a partner in the peace and stability" of Tehran.

"We believe that that the borders between the two countries are borders of peace and friendship," he said, adding that Islamabad was determined to deal with those seeking to create insecurity in the border area.

Iran has been the victim of a number of terrorist attacks in its southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchestan originating from Pakistan, which lies east of the province.

In the most recent significant incident last year, an explosives-laden car rammed into a bus carrying a number of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) forces on a road between the cities of Zahedan and Khash, leaving 27 of them dead and 13 others wounded.

 

 

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