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Pakistan Keen to Promote Ties with Iran

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, May 8 (ICANA) – Visiting Chairman of Pakistan's Senate Farooq Hamid Naik underlined his country's willingness to strengthen ties and cooperation with Iran.
Sunday, May 08, 2011 6:56:59 PM
Pakistan Keen to Promote Ties with Iran

"The two nations enjoy abundant religious, cultural and historical commonalities and should work to reinvigorate these common points," Naik said in Iran's central city of Qom Saturday night.

He further stressed his country's resolve to maintain good neighborly relations with Iran, and added that the Pakistani government and its President, Asif Ali Zardari, have repeatedly stressed that promotion of ties with the Islamic Republic of Iran sets a priority for Islamabad.

Naik started a tour of Iran on Wednesday and has, thus far, met with several high-ranking Iranian officials, including President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani, Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) Saeed Jalili and Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi.

Iran and Pakistan have in recent years increased their bilateral ties and mutual cooperation in different fields, and officials of both countries have repeatedly underlined that these bonds of friendship and brotherhood, based on commonality of interests, shared traditions, common faith and Islamic heritage, are destined to grow stronger in the years ahead to the mutual benefit of the two nations.

The two countries' nations are deeply keen to further strengthen their bilateral ties in all fields. These relations have been marked by frequent high-level consultations between the leadership of the two countries.

The leadership and the governments of the two countries are fully committed and dedicated to carry forward the strong bonds of friendship and to utilize the institutional framework already in place for promoting political, economic and commercial relations for the mutual benefit of the peoples of the two countries.

The two governments are determined to continue their efforts to further build on mutual bonds and commonalities.

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