Iranian FM Javad Zarif’s recent trip to Islamabad was the latest in this series of attempts to take ties to the next level.
Pak Iran Ties
Pak Iran Ties
PM Imran says increased bilateral cooperation will be mutually beneficial for both the countries.
In meeting with Iran's Zarif, PM Imran says the two countries "must further strengthen bilateral cooperation for mutual benefit".
Zarif will hold delegation-level talks with FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi, will also meet PM Imran.
Javad Zarif will be accompanied by a delegation comprising political and economic experts.
Yasinzai addresses concluding session of 8th joint border trade committee.
PM Imran approves plan for setting up three border markets, two in Balochistan and one in KP, as a pilot project.
“We hope that trade relations between the two Islamic neighbours will be further strengthened,” says Iranian envoy.
THE geopolitical calculus in Pakistan’s immediate neighbourhood is clearly changing.
As many as 17 Iranian trawlers loaded with food items and LPG gas tankers arrive in Pakistan to mark resumption.
Army chiefs from both sides "resolved to enhance security measures on either side of the border.”
Last Friday, six troops were martyred while on patrol in Buleda.
Trucks arrive after NCOC takes decision to Import food from Iran.
Foreign minister says removal of sanctions will help Iran fight COVID-19.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei calls on India to “confront extremist Hindus” and “stop the massacre of Muslims”.
They condemned the “malicious propaganda” against pilgrims of Imam Raza’s holy shrine.
Flights to and from Saudi Arabia to continue for people with iqama, permanent Saudi nationality.
Around 200 Pakistani pilgrims not allowed to cross the border; now stranded in Iranian town Mirjaveh.
Balochistan govt says 5,000 Pakistanis in Iran will return after screening
MoU is the outcome of Customs Mutual Assistance Agreement that was signed between the two countries on March 4, 2004.
Ambassador Hosseini suggests cooperation on Afghan peace, Gwadar-Chabahar rail link.
Iranian Ambassador Seyyed Mohammed Ali Hosseini delivers a lecture at the Islamabad Policy Institute.
"We are trying our best to make sure that ties between these two countries do not deteriorate," Imran Khan tells DW.
A Pakistan Railways official based in Dalbandin says the routine operation has been suspended since January 6.
Agreement reached for stopping illegal supply of Iranian diesel and checking terrorism.
Facilities for traders, common people living near border promised.
Iranian trade delegation calls upon establishing legal channels to encourage legal channels and discourage smuggling.
Release of border guards, Afghan peace discussed at meeting.
Counterterrorism cooperation, promotion of trade and convergence among Muslim countries also reviewed.
President Arif Alvi says Pakistan considers Iran as an important country as both shared more than 900km border.