Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday arrived in neighboring Iran where he met Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
During the meeting, issues of mutual interest and security issues were discussed.
Imran Khan said his visit is aimed at reducing tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia as Pakistan does not want any other conflict in the region.
The Prime Minister said Saudi Arabia is one of the closest friends of Pakistan and Riyadh has always helped us in all times of need.
He said Pakistan will play the role of facilitator rather mediator in sorting out the differences between the two brotherly Muslim countries.
Earlier, 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.
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Special Assitant Zulfi Bukhari and DG ISPR were also accompanied by PM Imran on this occasion.
Earlier in a day, Prime Minister Imran Khan arrives Tehran on his official one-day Iran visit here on Sunday.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif welcomed PM at the airport.
The Prime Minister held wide-ranging consultations with President Rouhani.
This is the second meeting between the two leaders within one month.
This will be the Prime Minister’s second visit to Iran this year.
Earlier in September, Imran Khan had a bilateral meeting with the Iranian President on the sidelines of 74th UNGA Session in New York.