During a meeting in Islamabad, the foreign ministers of Iran and Pakistan underscored their commitment to maintaining cooperation and dialogue concerning Afghanistan.
The two foreign ministers held a joint press conference on Thursday, highlighting their discussions’ central focus on the current state of Afghanistan.
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, expressed that Islamabad and Tehran are unwavering in their commitment to engaging on Afghanistan. He emphasized the shared goal of both nations to promote peace and stability within Afghanistan.
Simultaneously, Iranian Foreign Minister Amir Abdollahian conveyed that regional initiatives provide the optimal pathway to aid and address Afghanistan’s situation. Abdollahian stressed that the attainment of lasting stability and security in Afghanistan hinges on achieving political stability.
In parallel developments, the chief of staff of the Pakistan army engaged in discussions with Iran’s foreign minister, further reinforcing the significance of the Afghanistan situation in their diplomatic deliberations.