Foreign minister says removal of sanctions will help Iran fight COVID-19.
Pak Iran Ties
Pak Iran Ties
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.
The Iranian health minister expresses his desire to provide all-out support to strengthen Pakistan’s health system.
Editorial: Despite the risks, Pakistan can play a major role for peace with a diplomatic coup in the Gulf
The alternative — of tensions boiling over — paints a grim scenario for the entire region.
A 32-km-long wall has separated Baloch families living on both sides of the border with Iran.
Need for updating border maps and border pillar descriptions underscored.
CM Murad Ali Shah was on a two-day visit to Iran from July 9-10.
It is by no means an easy situation, given Pakistan’s relationship with Saudi Arabia and the UAE as well as the US.
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.