Iran, Pakistan urge cement cooperation on human rights

Iran's Ambassador to Pakistan Seyyed Mohammad Ali Hosseini held a meeting with Pakistani Federal Minister for Human Rights, Shireen Mazari to stress cementing the mutual cooperation on Human rights.

Iran Press/Asia: During the meeting, Iranian and Pakistani top officials called on necessary measures to be implemented regarding the transfer of experiences, holding dialogue and counseling meetings on human rights in the Islamic countries.

The two sides also condemned double standards and instrumental use of human rights in some of the Arabic countries.

Iranian diplomat and the Pakistani Minister for Human Rights also stressed the necessity of content generation on human rights including the rights of women and children through using the Islamic and cultural rich sources shared by the two countries.  

Referring to the violation of human rights, including the rights of women and children, Iran's ambassador to Pakistan called for Iran-Pakistan joint efforts to observe human communities' rights based on Islamic culture and teachings.

Iran's top diplomat also declared Iran's readiness to free some of the Pakistani prisoners whose crimes are not serious. Hosseini also called for tracing the 3 abducted Iranian border guards in the Pakistani border.

He also invited Mazari to come to Iran, which was welcomed by her.


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