Prime Minister Imran Khan reaches Iran for 2-day official visit

Prime Minister Imran Khan reaches Iran for 2-day official visit
Prime Minister Imran Khan reaches Iran for 2-day official visit

Prime Minister Imran Khan achieved Iran on Sunday evening for a two-day official visit on the welcome of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

This denotes the first run through Prime Minister Imran is visiting the neighboring nation subsequent to expecting office.

The chief made a stopover in Mashhad before continuing on to Tehran. Ali Reza Razm Hussaini, the representative general of Khorasan-e-Razavi territory, got the head administrator upon landing in the Shahid Hasheminejad International Airport.

Minister of Pakistan to Iran Riffat Masood, authorities of the Pakistan Embassy in Tehran and Pakistan Consulate in Mashhad were additionally present at the airplane terminal.

As indicated by a public statement by the Prime Minister’s Office, the chief is joined by Minister for Human Rights, Dr Shireen Mazari; Minister for Maritime Affairs, Syed Ali Haider Zaidi; Adviser to PM on Commerce, Abdul Razak Dawood; Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Overseas Pakistanis and Human Resource Development, Sayed Zulfiqar Abbas Bukhari; Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on National Health Services, Dr Zafarullah Mirza; and Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Petroleum, Nadeem Baber.

Later in the day, the chief visited the holy place of Imam Raza in Mashhad.

After a concise stopover in Mashhad, Prime Minister Imran landed at Tehran’s Mehrabad Airport, where he was gotten by Health Minister of Iran (Minister-in-pausing) Dr Saeed Namaki.

“He was displayed ‘static watchman’ upon entry,” read an official statement issued by the PM Office.

Executive Imran was at first planned to visit Iran in January, however the visit was deferred at the eleventh hour as a result of unexplained reasons.

Relations among Iran and Pakistan have had an awful fix because of security issues along the outskirt.

On Saturday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA) held up a solid challenge with Iran in regards to its inaction against fear bunches accepted to be associated with the Ormara slaughter that saw 14 equipped officers killed without a second thought on the Balochistan beach front expressway at Buzi Top.

In a letter kept in touch with the Iranian consulate on Friday, the MoFA expressed: “Killing of 14 honest Pakistanis by fear based oppressor bunches situated in Iran is an intense episode that Pakistan challenges firmly.”

Multi day sooner, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif had denounced the assault.

As per strategic sources, fringe security issues will be over the executive’s motivation in Tehran.


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