ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday held a telephonic dialog with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and took the latter into confidence over latest tensions between Pakistan and India, based on a spokesman for the PM Home.
The 2 leaders mentioned bilateral relations between Pakistan and Iran, and the regional state of affairs, the PM Home spokesman stated in a press release. They reiterated the importance of pleasant bilateral relations between the 2 nations.
The 2 heads of states agreed to strengthen intelligence sharing between the 2 sides so as to take care of terrorism.
Khan informed the Iranian president that Pakistan was making all efforts to enhance the present state of affairs by talks.
The prime minister stated the position of brotherly nation like Iran was essential beneath the current circumstances, based on the assertion.
He additionally thanked President Rouhani for Iran’s principled help to the individuals of Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
On the event, the Iranian president stated Pakistan and Iran had been two brotherly, neighbouring nations, which had shut historic, cultural and spiritual ties.
The steadiness within the area and financial improvement would stay the focus of those relations, Rouhani added.