TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Pakistan’s consul-general in the Iranian southeastern city of Zahedan said exchanging visits by cultural groups is necessary to expand cultural ties between Tehran and Islamabad.
Qoreishi also pointed to the deeply-rooted relations between Iran and Pakistan saying Islamabad welcomes exchanging visits by cultural groups between the two neighboring countries.
Iran and Pakistan have exchanged delegations on a regular basis as part of efforts to expand bilateral cooperation in various fields.
Back in May, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif paid a formal visit to Iran, and held meetings with senior Iranian officials.
Pakistan-Iran relations are bound by historical and religious linkages, Nawaz said, “I am here to open a new page in Pakistan-Iran relationships.”
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