Bilawal Bhutto embarks on two-day Iran go to

International Minister Bilawal Bhutto. Image courtesy PPP Instagram

ISLAMABAD: International Minister Bilawal Bhutto Tuesday launched into a two-day go to to Iran throughout which he’ll maintain an in depth trade of views together with his Iranian counterparts in all areas of mutual curiosity.

The highest Pakistani diplomat will even name on Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and meet different dignitaries. He’ll go to Mashhad on 15 June 2022.

Through the delegation-level talks, the 2 sides will evaluation all sides of bilateral relations, together with commerce and financial ties, electrical energy provide from Iran, border sustenance markets, highway and rail connectivity, and the facilitation of pilgrims.

They will even evaluation a regional safety state of affairs with a specific give attention to developments in Afghanistan and South Asia in addition to combatting Islamophobia.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari’s go to to Iran is a part of common high-level exchanges between the 2 international locations.

The final assembly between the 2 International Ministers was held on the sidelines of the World Financial Discussion board (WEF) at Davos on 26 Might 2022.

Pakistan and Iran get pleasure from shut cooperative ties, primarily based on shared geography, cultural affinities, and historic people-to-people linkages. These fraternal relations have been additional strengthened via frequent high-level exchanges.

The 2 international locations are celebrating the seventy fifth anniversary of the institution of diplomatic relations in 2022.

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