Iran Interior minister called for suppression of terrorists' bastion along Iran-Pakistan borders.

Iran Press/Iran news:  In a telephone conversation with his Pakistani counterpart, Iran interior minister,  Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli said, Iranian military and security forces are ready to jointly cooperate with Pakistani security forces to maintain security of Iran-Pakistan joint borders,

According to IRNA,  Rahmani Fazli expressed hope that Iran and Pakistan to achieve common goals for securing borders.

Referring to friendly ties between Iran and Pakistan, Rahmani Fazli called for providing enough facilities for Pakistani pilgrims who are to cross Iran borders to Iraq for Arbaeen religious ceremony. 

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Pakistani interior minister, Shehryar Afridi, also said, Pakistan spares no effort to help release Iranian border guards kidnapped by terrorists.'we are profoundly upset by recent terrorist operation,' he said, adding that they will do their best to resolve the issue and expressed hope that such dastardly measures never severe ties between the two countries.

Afridi added that Pakistan don't hesitate to take any action to help Iran.

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14 Iranian security personnel including Revolutionary Guards were kidnapped on the border with Pakistan last Tuesday. The incident happened about 50 kilometers from the town of MirJaveh in Balouchestan of southeastern Iran, very close to the border with Pakistan.

Jeish al-Adl terrorist group, which is based in Pakistan, has claimed responsibility for the abductions.

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Meanwhile, the top commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari warned the kidnappers of 'a crushing response'.


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