Iran FM meets Pakistan army chief to discuss border security, cooperation
RAWALPINDI – Pakistan Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Wednesday (today) met with Iranian Foreign minister Javad Zareef to discuss bilateral ties and border cooperation
On arrival of the Iranian top diplomat at the Army Headquarters in Rawalpindi, the visiting dignitary was presented guard of honour and laid floral wreath at Yadgar-e-Shuhada to pay homage to martyrs.
The two high-rank officials discussed the fight against terrorism, strengthening border cooperation, defense and expanding military relations between the two neighbouring countries.
The two sides also reviewed the latest security developments in the region, especially the recent terror attacks in Afghanistan.
Zarif and Pakistan army chief stressed the need to expand cooperation between Iran and Pakistan, especially in the field of security and the protection of common borders.
The border is also said to be the border of peace and friendship between the two countries.
Earlier the Foreign Minister of the Islamic Republic of Iran Dr. Javad Zarif on Tuesday arrives Pakistan on a two-day official.
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