Pakistan-Iran agree to ban terrorist organizations

Last Updated on April 24, 2024 3:32 am

Pakistan and Iran have agreed to ban terrorist organizations. On Monday, Pakistan and Iran took a policy decision to ban terrorist organizations in their respective countries.

Pakistan’s Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi and Iran’s Interior Minister Dr. This decision was taken in a meeting held between Ahmad Wahidi and Law Minister Amin Hussain Rahimi.

In this meeting, it was said to further improve mutual assistance and exchange of intelligence information. The two sides also agreed on a joint action plan to address the threat of terrorism as a common problem. It has been decided to sign a security agreement soon in this regard.

It was also decided to provide all possible facilities to Pakistani pilgrims on the occasion of Arbain, a religious festival. Both sides agreed that joint ventures would make it easier to ensure the best facilities for pilgrims. At that time, the Minister of Interior of Iran invited the government of Pakistan to visit Iran. Pakistan Interior Minister Mohsin Naqvi thanked Iran for this invitation.

Business Recorder reports that both Iran and Pakistan have agreed to waive fines imposed on imprisoned citizens. In this regard, Mohsin Naqvi said that he wanted the Pakistani prisoners in Iran to return home as soon as possible. For this reason, the two countries have decided to increase cooperation in border management along with measures to prevent smuggling and drug trafficking.

Minister Naqvi said that if smuggling stops, the two countries will end the border tension and achieve economic prosperity. In this regard, both the countries have agreed to activate the border market as soon as possible.

Minister Naqvi also said that Pakistan values its fraternal relations with Iran and is interested in strengthening mutual cooperation.

Naqvi called on all Islamic countries to work together for the rights of persecuted Muslims in Gaza. He also thanked the Iranian government for supporting Pakistan’s stand on the Kashmir issue.

He felt that the Iranian president’s visit to Pakistan is very important in terms of bilateral relations.

Meanwhile, Iran’s interior minister praised Pakistan’s work in constructing a border fence. He said Pakistan has historical, cultural and religious relations with Iran. Later, the two Iranian ministers thanked Pakistan for its hospitality.

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