It is by no means an easy situation, given Pakistan’s relationship with Saudi Arabia and the UAE as well as the US.
Pak Iran Ties
Pak Iran Ties
Pakistan wants regional issues resolved via diplomatic engagement, Qureshi tells Iranian counterpart
Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif says he is in Islamabad with a proposal to connect Chabahar and Gwadar ports.
A balancing act between Iran, Saudi Arabia and the US will no doubt require the deployment of both hard and soft power.
Says progress in Taliban-US talks will create a "favourable environment" for meeting of both leaders.
Speakers at a seminar say that Pakistan will not support any aggression against Iran, call for strengthening ties.
Says Pakistan walking tightrope due to geopolitics, but both govts have agreed to step up border security cooperation.
Minister says PM's acknowledgement that Pakistani soil had been used against Iran in the past was quoted out of context.
The two discussed the entire spectrum of bilateral relations and ways to further ties in diverse fields.
PM accompanied by Shireen Mazari, Ali Zaidi, Zulfi Bukhari, Abdul Razak Dawood, Zafar Mirza and Nadeem Babar.
The shipments contain 500 tents, 3,300 blankets and emergency medical kits: Foreign Office.
Foreign Minister Qureshi conveyed the message to his Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif in a phone conversation.
Looking ahead, Pakistan needs to develop a geoeconomics framework of engagement with its neighbours and allies.
Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua, Iran's Deputy FM Seyed Abbas Araghchi discuss "issues of mutual interest" over phone.
Saudi minister calls out Iran for 'accusing others' while being 'world's chief sponsor of terrorism'
"We respect Iran's sovereignty and territorial integrity," reiterates Shah Mahmood Qureshi in joint presser.
Pakistani delegation to travel to Tehran to discuss Iranian concerns following attack on Revolutionary Guards' bus.
Tehran expects govt, army to "seriously confront the terrorist groups active on its border with Iran".
Inquiries into the inflated gas bills are currently in progress, says Ghulam Sarwar Khan.
US doesn't deserve as much importance as it is given in Pakistan because our economy does not depend on US aid: Khar.
Govt must protect own interests abroad, and at home it must be more transparent about financial assistance it receives.
Govt takes up delay in completion of Pak-Iran gas pipeline during meeting with Iranian petroleum ministry officials.
Tehran urged to carry out operation against terrorist group responsible for attack on its side of the border: FO.
Both countries agree that "Afghan-owned, Afghan-led peace and reconciliation process" is the best way to ensure peace.
Javad Zarif is also expected to meet PM Imran Khan.
“They fired over two dozen mortar shells, causing panic in the villages,” says an official.
Qureshi blames abduction on “common enemies unhappy with existing close, friendly relations between Pakistan and Iran”.
No meeting with India's Foreign Minister Shusma Swaraj arranged as yet, Dr Faisal announces during a weekly briefing.
PM Imran Khan vows to strengthen ties with Tehran
Iranian FM Zarif holds meeting with Qureshi; also calls on COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa at GHQ.
The MoE’s recommendation would form part of the incoming government’s economic and trade relations policy.
US secretary of state, British and German envoys convey wishes to Pakistan.