Pakistan observes a day of grief in response to Iran’s Raisi’s death in a helicopter accident.

The Pakistani flag would fly at half-mast in observance of President Ebrahim Raisi, his colleagues, and in solidarity with Iran, the prime minister announced, taking to X.

Less than a month ago, Pakistan was honored to welcome President Raisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian on a historic visit. Pakistan has good pals in them. The prime minister posted on X that Pakistan will commemorate a day of sorrow and display the flag at half mast out of respect for President Raisi and his colleagues and in solidarity with Brotherly Iran.

President Zardari honors X

President Asif Ali Zardari honored President Raisi’s committed service to the Muslim Ummah in a statement, emphasizing his unwavering support for the Ummah’s unity.

He stressed that the Muslim world had lost an extraordinary leader who had always stood out for the rights of Muslims worldwide, especially those of the Palestinian and Kashmiri people.

He declared that Pakistan is in mourning at the passing of a dear friend. Zardari recalled that the Iranian president always had a special place in his heart for Pakistan and its people, speaking of his most recent visit to that country.

President Zardari referred to the death of Ebrahim Raisi as a tremendous loss for the Muslim Ummah as a whole as well as for Iran.

Raisi had also been in charge of the signing during the visit.

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