Pakistan’s International Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi (L) and Iran’s International Minister (R). Picture: The New Arab/File Picture

ISLAMABAD: International Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi in dialog along with his Iranian counterpart Sunday, said that each Pakistan and Iran will proceed to seek the advice of one another over the evolving state of affairs in Afghanistan. 

Qureshi spoke to Iran’s International Minister Hossein Ameer Abdollahian over the telephone and mentioned the state of affairs in Afghanistan, because the Taliban gear as much as announce a brand new authorities, reported Radio Pakistan. 

The 2 international ministers exchanged views intimately in regards to the newest developments in Afghanistan and likewise agreed on holding a digital convention of Afghanistan’s neighbours on the degree of representatives within the upcoming days.

FM Qureshi mentioned Pakistan attaches vital significance to its relations with Iran, whereas his Iranian counterpart lauded Qureshi’s “concerted efforts to evolve a coordinated technique within the backdrop of the state of affairs in Afghanistan.”

He thanked FM Qureshi for his current go to to Iran.

Qureshi meets Iranian president, briefs him on Afghanistan state of affairs

In August, Qureshi visited Tehran the place he met newly elected Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi.

Throughout his journey, Qureshi briefed President Raisi on the continued state of affairs in Afghanistan and apprised him of Pakistan’s perspective and underlined a coordinated method.

Shedding gentle on the best way ahead, he had mentioned, “It will be significant for the neighbours of Afghanistan for continued consultations on the best way ahead as peace in Afghanistan would result in financial and political advantages for the area.”

Throughout his assembly, the minister had conveyed heartfelt felicitations to President Raisi from the Pakistani management over his victory within the presidential election and over him receiving the Parliament’s endorsement on the Cupboard.

Pakistan’s international minister had prolonged the invitation, on behalf of Prime Minister Imran Khan to President Raisi, urging him to go to Pakistan. President Raisi had accepted it.

The assembly was a part of the international minister’s two-day go to to 4 nations — Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan and Iran — to advertise a coordinated regional method to the evolving state of affairs in Afghanistan.

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