President Raisi of Iran and FM Dar talk about bilateral relations.

The significance of intensified efforts to further solidify bilateral relations in a variety of spheres was stressed by both leaders during the meeting.

In order to address the problems facing the area, they reaffirmed their commitment to peace and constructive discourse.

Pakistani Raisi
The three-day official visit of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi began today in Pakistan.

Along with a senior group of cabinet members and officials, the Iranian president arrived at the nation’s capital with his spouse.

Housing Minister Mian Riaz Hussain Pirzada and Pakistan’s ambassador to Iran, Mudassir Tipu, met Raisi upon his arrival at the Islamabad airport, according to the Foreign Office (FO).

The Iranian president will see the president, speaker of the National Assembly, Senate chairman, and prime minister of Pakistan during his visit, which runs from April 22 to 24, according to the foreign office.

Talks to improve trade, bilateral ties, and collaboration in the energy, agricultural, and other sectors will be held between the officials.

In order to address the shared threat of terrorism, the parties will have bilateral meetings as well as regional and global collaboration on topics. This was announced by the foreign office.

President Raisi’s agenda, according to sources, includes exploring possible free trade agreements, collaborating on security matters, building a gas pipeline, and bilateral relations.

Also, in an effort to strengthen their economic ties, Pakistan and Iran have chosen to create a joint special economic zone.

The special economic zone will be built on the border between Ramdan and Gabad, according to sources who stated that the two countries had finished the draft of the memorandum of understanding (MoU).

Sources further stated that the establishment of the Joint Special Economic Zone will occur at the level of governments.

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