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Larijani’s message submitted to his Pakistani counterpart

Pak Speaker: Tehran-Islamabad Cooperation Should Increase

Service : Politic
TEHRAN, Aug 13 (ICANA) – Head of Iran-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship Group Ali Akbar Aqaei submitted Iranian Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani’s message to the Speaker of National Assembly of Pakistan Fahmideh Mirza in Islamabad on Wednesday.
Saturday, August 13, 2011 1:53:02 PM
Pak Speaker: Tehran-Islamabad Cooperation Should Increase

Larijani has invited his Pakistani counterpart to an international conference on Palestine to be held in Tehran in early October.

Welcoming the invitation, Fahmideh Mirza thanked her Iranian counterpart for arranging conferences on issue of immense importance. 

She also stressed the need to forge unity among the Muslim Ummah to address the challenges confronting it. She emphasized for greater unity and collaborative efforts among the Ummah to address those problems.

Mirza said that Pakistan and Iran were attached in eternal bonds of religion, culture and history, therefore, Pakistan attaches immense importance to its relations with Iran.

She said that both the brotherly countries should make efforts for creating unity amongst the Muslim Ummah for development, stability and peace.

The Speaker said that peace and security were essential for progress and prosperity of the Ummah and therefore, it was in the interest of all to cooperate with one another to achieve those objectives.

Mirza said that enhanced interaction of parliamentarians of Pakistan and Iran was essential for strengthening relations and benefiting from each other’s experiences. She said that the existence of Pak-Iran friendship group in the parliaments of both the countries was a step in the right direction that will add to bring the two nations further closer.

She underlined the need for initiation of more economic projects and cooperation between the two countries.

Aqaei said that Pakistan and Iran are bonded in the ties of religion, culture and history. He agreed that Muslim World was surely facing the challenges that can be countered by joint efforts. He said that Pak-Iran parliamentary and economic cooperation was certainly essential for progress and prosperity of people of both the countries.

He said that government and people of Iran would always stand by Pakistan in hour of need. He assured the  Speaker of his country’s full support in curbing terrorism and extremism from Pakistan and to meet the energy deficit in the country.

Aqaei voiced Iran’s interest in making investment in Pakistan and said that Iranian companies can help Pakistan solve their problems in transportation, railway and energy sectors.

Iranplans to hold an international conference to show solidarity with Intifada (uprising) staged by the Palestinians against the Israeli regime

The conference is slated to take place in Tehran from October 1-2 with participation of different countries.

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