At a meeting with Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari held in Tehran on Tuesday, Raisi hailed the close ties between the two neighbors and said the people of Iran and Pakistan are like relatives.
“We regard Pakistan’s security as our own security,” he said, adding, “Some may not like the good relations between the two Muslim, neighboring, friendly and fraternal nations, but the development of ties leads to economic prosperity and more security for Pakistan.” the nations of the region.”
There are no restrictions on developing ties with Islamabad in Tehran, Raisi noted, saying, “We are ready to promote comprehensive cooperation with Pakistan, and the Islamic Republic of Iran has the necessary capacities to meet Pakistan’s needs in various fields.” to cover, including oil, gas and electricity.”
The Iranian president identified energy, transit, and cooperation and coordination on regional issues and crises as important aspects of relations between the two countries, his official website reported.
For his part, Zardari expressed satisfaction with the visit to Iran, adding: “As much as I am a child of Pakistan, I am also a child of Iran.”
Thanking Iran for exporting electricity to Pakistan, the foreign minister said, “We are fully prepared to conclude and finalize the talks on security, trade and energy so far.”
The Pakistani Foreign Minister also commended the Iranian government for helping to put out the widespread forest fires in Pakistan’s Balochistan province.