Pakistan (IP) - The Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces and the Prime Minister of Pakistan stressed the need to strengthen bilateral relations in various fields, including border security and defense cooperation.

Iran PressAsia: During a meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan, Major General Mohammad Bagheri called for closer cooperation between the two neighbors, who have seen a significant leap in relations in recent years. 

Imran Khan also stressed the commitment of the Pakistani government to deepen relations with Iran, especially in the border, economic, military, and security sectors.

The Prime Minister of Pakistan stressed that the crisis in Afghanistan has never had a military solution, and an inclusive government should be formed with the participation of all Afghan groups.

Maj Gen Mohammad Bagheri arrived in Islamabad on Tuesday evening (local time) at the head of a high-level military delegation to expand cooperation with Pakistan. He was welcomed by senior Pakistani military officials and the Iranian ambassador to Pakistan.

In separate meetings today, Maj Gen Bagheri met with General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of the Army Staff of Pakistan, and General Nadim Reza, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee of Pakistan.

Heading a high-ranking military delegation, Chief of General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Major General Bagheri, arrived in Islamabad on Tuesday evening to expand cooperation with Pakistan and was welcomed by Lt Gen Saqib Mehmood Malik, chief of logistics staff of Pakistan Army, and the Iranian ambassador to Pakistan.


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