Interior minister calls for execution of Iran-Pakistan agreements

Tehran, April 6, IRNA – Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli on Monday called for execution of bilateral agreements between Iran and Pakistan.

Speaking at a ceremony held to celebrate Pakistan National Day, he called Tehran-Islamabad relations as historical-cultural.

Rahmani Fazli said the government is committed to boost ties with Muslim neighboring countries including Pakistan.

He stressed the impotence of unity among Muslims and underlined execution of bilateral agreements between Tehran and Islamabad.

Yemen crisis has no military solution and it could be resolved by dialogue among Yemeni political groups, Rahmani Fazli noted referring to Saudi Arabia military intervention in Yemen.

The official pointed to the recent developments in nuclear talks between Tehran and G5+1 and said Iran proved that peaceful use of nuclear energy is Iran’s right.

According to Lausanne joint statement, the world recognized Iran’s rights and these talks promoted both Iran’s political and economic relations with the world, he added.

Iran and Group 5+1 (the five permanent UN Security Council members plus Germany) started their new round of talks in Lausanne, Switzerland, last week to narrow their differences over Tehran’s nuclear energy program ahead of a July 1 deadline.

After nine days of hard work, the seven nations reached an understanding which laid the ground for them to start drafting the final nuclear deal.

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on April 2 that according to the agreement reached between Iran and the six world powers, all the US, EU and UN Security Council sanctions against Iran will be lifted under the final deal.