Islamabad (IP) - In a tribute to the late President of Iran, Ebrahim Raisi, Pakistani politician and Central Secretary General of Majlis Wahdat Al Muslimeen, Syed Nasir Shirazi, has stated that Raisi was and continues to be a source of inspiration for all.

Iran PressAsia: During an interview on the sidelines of a conference about Martyr Ebrahim Raisi held at the Iranian Embassy in Islamabad on Tuesday night, Shirazi told an Iran Press reporter that under the policy line given by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Iranian Foreign Office under President Raisi's leadership was very active in its "Look to the East" policy.

Shirazi highlighted several key aspects of this policy, including integrating and maintaining strong connections with neighboring countries, fostering friendly ties with Islamic nations, and collectively gathering third-world countries against Western hegemony.

The Pakistani politician's remarks underscore the lasting impact and inspiration that the late President Raisi has left on leaders and people across the Islamic world. Despite his untimely passing, Raisi's vision and efforts to strengthen Iran's ties with its neighbors and the broader Muslim community continue to be recognized and appreciated.

As the international community grapples with the challenges of a rapidly changing geopolitical landscape, Raisi's emphasis on South-South cooperation and resistance against Western dominance remains a guiding light for many developing nations. The conference held at the Iranian Embassy in Islamabad serves as a testament to the enduring legacy of President Raisi and the deep bonds between Iran and Pakistan, two key players in the Muslim world. As the two countries continue to work together to advance their shared interests and ideals, the spirit of Raisi's leadership will undoubtedly continue to inspire and guide their efforts.