Suri emphasises strong bilateral relation with Iran

Published on – February 11, 2019 – 1:50 am
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QUETTA: Deputy Speaker National Assembly Qasim Khan Suri has said that Iran and Pakistan are facing economical crises these days. Both countries were facing serious challenges. Pakistan and Iran has strong bilateral relations.


QUETTA: Deputy Speaker National Assembly Qasim Khan Suri has said that Iran and Pakistan are facing economical crises these days. Both countries were facing serious challenges. Pakistan and Iran has strong bilateral relations.

While speaking at 40thIiran’s Islamic revolutionary birthday ceremony held on Sunday Qasim Suri said that Pakistan was the first country who admitted revolutionary Iran officially, adding that both country should unite and play a vital role for the Muslim world.

Qasim Suri said that National Assembly’s Pak-Iran parliamentary friendship group’s 123 members will visit Iran and it would may promote Pak-Iran friendship in a good way. Pakistan and Iran has bilateral relations and both are Islamic countries.

The Irani Nation in Imam Khamenei’s leadership ended the kingship. Pakistani nation congratulating Irani nation on their 40th Irani Islamic revolutionary birthday, said Suri.