Ali Bagheri Kani during an interview in Islamabad on Tuesday after holding a meeting with Pakistani officials said that Iran and Pakistan share common views on various international issues.
“This visit took place at the invitation of the Foreign Secretary of Pakistan and shows the ongoing political consultations between the two neighboring countries,” he said.
Bagheri said that during the meetings and consultations between the two countries, we have shared the common view on all issues, and if there are obstacles or issues in the development of bilateral relations, we will remove it through consultation, cooperation and mutual assistance.
“Strong relations between the two countries are in the interest of both nations,” he noted.
He described regional peace, stability and security as the main topics of the meeting with Pakistani officials, and said one of the important topics of the trip was the promotion of economic relations and the removal of trade barriers.
The Deputy Foreign Minister added that it was agreed that the next round of political consultations between the two countries be held in Tehran in the near future, which shows the seriousness of the two countries to improve relations.
He stressed that the neighborhood policy of the thirteenth government is a strategic vision that the President has always emphasized.
“We can use the capacities that exist in neighboring countries to ensure mutual benefits, and this approach will have a strategic impact on peace, stability and security in the region,” he said.
Bagheri added that the two neighboring countries are always in contact in discussing border security.
“Iran and Pakistan have a fraternal approach and we will find solutions together on issues to achieve good results,” he said.
Bagheri added that Iran and Pakistan have a brilliant history of relations in various fields, however, the current state of relations is not at the level we expect and and we should expand these relations.