Pakistan NSC declares end of tension with Iran
After a Friday meeting of Pakistan's National Security Committee, the members of the country's cabinet agreed with the final decision of the political and military leaders to resume full diplomatic relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran and return the ambassadors of the two countries to each other's capitals.
emergency meeting of the National Security Committee of Pakistan was held in
Islamabad under the chairmanship of Anwaar ul-Haq Kakar, Pakistan's caretaker
to the decision of the National Security Committee of Pakistan, this country
has resumed the full level of diplomatic relations with Iran and soon the
ambassadors of Iran and Pakistan will be sent to each other's capitals.
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan announced in a phone call that the
foreign ministers of Iran and Pakistan discussed the return of the ambassadors
of the two countries to each other's capitals.
Abbas Jilani and Hossein Amirabdollahian agreed that cooperation at the working
level and close coordination in the field of counter-terrorism and other
aspects of mutual concerns should be strengthened.
ministers of Iran and Pakistan also agreed to reduce tensions.
statement of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan said that Jalil Abbas
Jilani emphasized that respect for territorial integrity and sovereignty should
be the basis of bilateral cooperation.
the close and brotherly relations between Pakistan and Iran, he expressed
Islamabad's willingness to cooperate with Tehran based on the spirit of trust
and mutual cooperation.