Iran, Pakistan to enhance economic, border cooperation: Spokesperson
ISLAMABAD, JAN 11 (DNA) – Pakistan foreign ministry spokesperson said Iran and Pakistan have agreed to increase cooperation in economic realm as well as border related issues during a recent visit of the country’s National Security Adviser to Tehran.
At his weekly news briefing in Islamabad on Thursday, Muhammad Faisal stated that National Security Advisor (NSA) of Pakistan General Nasser Khan Janjua recently visited Iran to attend the newly-ended Tehran Security Conference.
“On the sidelines of the conference he also met his Iranian counterpart the two sides discussed bilateral cooperation as well as regional and international peace and security, both the sides also agreed to increase cooperation in economic realm as well as border related matters,” he said.
The spokesperson further denied presence of the Daesh and Taliban leadership in Pakistan.
To a question, Muhammad Faisal stated that Pakistan desires dignified and sustainable repatriation of Afghan refugees to their homeland.=DNA
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