Pak­istan and Iran two broth­erly na­tions said Gover­nor Balochis­tan

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QUETTA: Gover­nor Balochis­tan Muham­mad Khan Achakzai on Wed­nes­day said that Pak­istan and Iran are two broth­erly States rel­ish­ing strong his­toric, cul­tural and eco­nomic cor­dial ties.

He ex­pressed th­ese views while talk­ing to the Ira­nian Con­sul Gen­eral Dr. Mo­ham­mad Rafiqi at Gover­nor House here to­day.

The Gover­nor said that Pak­istan and Iran share sim­i­lar his­toric, cul­tural and re­li­gious roots, which de­vel­oped po­tent broth­erly re­la­tions be­tween two coun­tries.

The Gover­nor fur­ther said that there is need to de­velop a more strate­gic com­pre­hen­sive plan for un­wa­ver­ing eco­nomic and busi­ness cooperation be­tween two na­tions.

Former Speaker Provin­cial Assem­bly Ra­heela Hamid Khan Dur­rani and other po­lit­i­cal fig­ures were present on this oc­ca­sion.

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