Baku, April 22, AZERTAC
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said that both Pakistan and Iran are committed to make their bilateral relations stronger, and added that no one can affect their brotherly ties, the Dispatch News Desk (DND) news agency reported.
While addressing a Joint Press Conference at Saadabad Palace in Tehran on Monday following delegation-level talks between Pakistan and Iran, Hassan Rouhani said that “we had a conversation regarding security matters on borders”.
The Iranian president said that “we have agreed upon forming a joint force to deal with security matters on borders”.
Rouhani also said that he had a constructive conversation with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on mutual relations.
Imran Khan said that the reflection of social equality is visible in the Iranian society.
The prime minister said that the issue of terrorism is a challenge for both the countries. He said that Pakistan is the most affected country from terrorism, adding that the country`s forces are laudable for dealing efficiently with terrorism. In the delegation-level talks, both Imran Khan and Hassan Rouhani led their respective sides, and discussed the entire spectrum of Pakistan-Iran bilateral relations and ways to further bolster their relations in diverse fields.
Earlier, the two leaders held a one-on-one meeting and discussed bilateral relations and the regional situation.
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