Tehran (IP) - Iran's Foreign Minister met with Pakistan's Special Representative for Afghanistan Affairs and discussed the Afghan developments.

Iran PressIran news: Pakistan's Special Representative for Afghanistan Affairs, Asif Ali Khan Durrani, arrived in Tehran on Monday to have consultations over bilateral relations and regional issues, particularly Afghanistan's development. 

The Iranian FM Hossein Amir-Abdollahian stressed the support for the regional initiatives within the framework of the neighbors of the two countries in order to solve Afghanistan's challenges. 

He expressed hope that continuing the consultations would contribute to greater peace in the region, especially in Afghanistan.

Asif Ali Khan, for his part, said that his country would cooperate with the Islamic Republic of Iran to re-establish peace and stability in Afghanistan.

For 20 years, the US occupied Afghanistan under the pretext of the fight against terrorists, yet the US withdrew from the country with no achievement while leaving a destroyed homeland for the Afghan people.


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