Islamabad (IP) - Referring to the upcoming visit of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Islamabad, the Prime Minister of Pakistan said that Using the existing communication channels will benefit both neighbouring countries.

Iran PressAsia: During an interview with a Pakistani news network, Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar the caretaker prime minister of Pakistan mentioned the upcoming visit of Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian to Islamabad and said: "Fortunately, Tehran and Islamabad managed the recent events bilaterally and with diplomatic methods."

He added: "Pakistan did not expect the recent events in its common borders, at the same time, we hope to always build a future path to deal with the issues between us with joint interactions."

Acknowledging the invitation of friendly countries from Tehran and Islamabad for restraint and de-escalation, the prime minister of the interim government of Pakistan said: "We are very happy that Iran and Pakistan were able to manage the recent events bilaterally and through diplomacy."

He added: Iran's foreign minister will visit Pakistan in the coming days, so we believe that using the existing channels between the two countries will benefit both parties.

According to the agreement reached after the recent telephone conversation between the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan and his Iranian counterpart, the Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Iran to Pakistan and the Ambassador of Pakistan to Iran arrived in Islamabad and Tehran yesterday to resume their diplomatic missions.

The Ministries of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan issued a joint statement last week while announcing the return of the ambassadors of the two countries to their mission, and added that Iran's Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, at the invitation of his Pakistani counterpart, is going to make an official visit to Islamabad.


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