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Iran Applauds Pakistan’s Triumph In Elections

Iran Applauds Pakistan's Triumph In Elections

In a noteworthy diplomatic gesture, Iran has conveyed its congratulations to Pakistan for the successful execution of its general election. The Iranian Foreign Minister, Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, took the opportunity to extend these felicitations during a telephonic conversation with his Pakistani counterpart, Jalil Abbas Jilani.

During the conversation, Minister Amir-Abdollahian underscored the significance of both Islamabad and Tehran adhering to recent security agreements. The primary objective of such adherence is to enhance collaborative efforts against terrorism, a common concern for both nations. The discussion also delved into the exploration of perspectives on mutual relations and the ongoing developments within the region.

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Dr. Amir-Abdollahian went on to commend the electoral procedures employed in Pakistan, expressing confidence in the establishment of a new government and parliament. He further anticipated an upcoming visit by Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi to Islamabad, emphasizing the enduring nature of Tehran’s ties with Pakistan.

In response, Foreign Minister Jilani expressed appreciation for Iran’s proposal to convene an emergency meeting of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Council of Foreign Ministers. The proposed meeting aims to address the critical situation in Gaza and the West Bank, condemning Israel’s aggressive actions against the vulnerable Palestinian population.

This interaction between Pakistani and Iranian authorities marks a significant diplomatic engagement, especially considering the context of Amir-Abdollahian’s recent visit to Islamabad in the aftermath of cross-border attacks. The exchange serves as a platform for constructive dialogue and collaboration between the two neighboring nations, reinforcing the importance of diplomatic ties in addressing shared concerns and regional challenges.

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