President of Pakistan: Islamabad can play a role in maintaining JCPOA

Referring to Prime Minister Imran Khan's efforts to help defuse tensions in the region, the Pakistani president said that Islamabad was able to play a unique role in resolving misunderstandings as far as maintaining the JCPOA was concerned.

Iran Press/Asia- In an interview with the Pakistan Institute for South Asian Strategic Stability Institute (SASSI), Arif Alvi expressed Pakistan's readiness to help improve the trust between Iran and the United States and the United States and China.

He added that the Pakistani government, especially Prime Minister Imran Khan, could play a unique role in maintaining the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and remove misunderstandings between Tehran and Washington.

"We appreciate Iran's support for Pakistan's regional positions," the Pakistani president said in a speech at a joint meeting of the National Assembly and Senate members on 20 August.

According to the report, Arif Alvi, referring to the Cold War between China and the United States, which is a major obstacle in the relations between the two countries, said: "Islamabad can play a role in helping this situation."

He stressed: "Pakistan's foreign policy will be balanced and we will not have a selective view, and we will use the same method to promote unity among the Islamic Ummah, especially to counter the phenomenon of Islamophobia."


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