Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Iran share fraternal ties: Dr Firdous

Anum RizwanWeb Editor

14th Oct, 2019. 02:13 pm

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan says that Saudi Arabia and Iran share fraternal ties with Pakistan.

According to details, Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan took twitter to say that Prime Minister Imran Khan will play an important role in peacemaking between the countries.

Special Assistant to Prime Minister said in her tweet that, “Overwhelming response of Iranian president in maintaining regional peace displays proximity of trust between the two leaderships.”

“Pakistan wishes peace among the brother countries. Mulsim world cannot afford being a victim of internal conflicts”, she added in her tweets.

Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan said that Prime Minister Imran Khan suggested to promote trade and economic cooperation between Saudi Arabia and Iran.

PM Imran informed Iranian leadership over the ongoing situations in Indian occupied Kashmir and thanked them for backing Pakistan’s narrative over the issue, Dr. Firdous Ashiq said in her tweet.

Prime Minister Imran Khan reached Pakistan today after his successful one-day visit to Iran.

According to the details, PM Imran was accompanied by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and Special Assistant Zulfi Bukhari on his return.

A day earlier, while addressing a press conference along with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, PM said that Pakistan aims at reducing tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia as Pakistan does not want any other conflict in the region.

Saudi Arabia is one of the closest friends of Pakistan and Riyadh has always helped us in all times of need, said PM.

He said Pakistan will play the role of facilitator rather mediator in sorting out the differences between the two brotherly Muslim countries.

President Hassan Rouhani said Iran and Pakistan are brotherly Muslim countries and have deep rooted friendship.

He said in our meeting today, we discussed to enhance deep strategic relations between the two brotherly countries.

He expressed hope that Pakistan and Iran could work together for regional peace.

Prime Minister Imran Khan held wide-ranging consultations with President Rouhani.

This was the second meeting between the two leaders within one month.

That was Imran Khan’s second visit to Iran this year.

Be clear that during the meeting, issues of mutual interest and security issues were discussed.

Imran Khan, after his visit to Iran will fly to Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, sources said.

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