Pakistan Ambassador to Iran Riffat Masood said that bilateral political, economic, defense and cultural relations can be improved using the existing potentials keeping in view the historic and profound Pak-Iran ties.
She said this, speaking at the ceremony held in Burj Milad Tehran to mark Pakistan National Day late yesterday.
Scope of enarged ties
She said Tehran-Islamabad trade ties should be increased. She said that security of borders and fortifying them as well as economic cooperation are among major issues to be pursued during Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to Tehran.
“Border problems will be solved with the enhancement of political and military relations,” she said.
Pakistan’s ambassador expressed sympathy with the Iran flood victims and cited that her country has sent two airplanes of relief aid, including blanket and foodstuff, to them. She said every time Iran asks for help, Islamabad is ready to take actions in the field.