Pakistan-Iran Relations: President Zardari meets Ahmadinejad

Presidents of both countries hold discussion on bilateral, regional and international issues of mutual concern.


June 16, 2011

ASTANA: President Asif Ali Zardari and Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Wednesday expressed their determination to continue a close collaboration to enhance regional peace and stability.

During a meeting on the sidelines of the SCO summit, the two leaders held a discussion on bilateral, regional and international issues of mutual concern. Both leaders agreed to explore new opportunities of economic cooperation between Pakistan and Iran. On this occasion, President Zardari said Pakistan was committed to fighting terrorism and extremism which has adversely affected its society and economy.



Published in The Express Tribune, June 16th, 2011.

COMMENTS (2)

ahmad | 10 years ago | Reply Mirza Sahab.. They may tolerate Zardari and Ahmedinjad. But our religion wont tolerate taunting them. WHY are we pointing to them. Lets pray by heart for our country. Lets love it. Forget them.
Mirza | 10 years ago | Reply Watch out! Whabis, salafis and Taliban would not tolerate your closeness with the "enemy" of Saudi Arabia.
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