Islamabad (IP) - The ambassador of Iran in Islamabad extended congratulations to the people and government of Pakistan on the occasion of their 76th independence anniversary.

Iran PressAsia: According to Iran Press, Reza Amiri Moghadam announced in a video message on Sunday that Iran was the first country to recognize Pakistan's independence in 1947 and establish diplomatic relations with the country.

The ambassador of Iran in Pakistan stated that relations and cooperation between Iran and Pakistan are based on sharing and profound historical and civilizational ties and are always expanding.

Reza Amiri-Moghadam emphasized that Iran-Pakistan relations have become an unbreakable brotherly relationship, and the two countries are celebrating the 76th year of establishing diplomatic relations.

In his congratulatory message, Iran's ambassador also wished for increasing security, unity, stability, prosperity and prosperity in Pakistan. Pakistan declared its independence on August 14, 1947, after the end of British colonialism, and this day is the country's national day.


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