FM Bilawal leaves for Iran on two-day visit

Foreign OfficeFM Bilawal leaves for Iran on two-day visit

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Tuesday left for Iran on a two-day official visit from June 14 to 15.

During his stay, the foreign minister will hold talks with the Iranian leadership including President Ebrahim Raisi on the entire spectrum of Pakistan-Iran bilateral relations.

Bilawal Bhutto will hold delegation-level talks with his Iranian Counterpart Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and discuss ways and means to further bolster bilateral relations.

Both Pakistan and Iran are celebrating 75 years of the establishment of diplomatic ties in 2022.

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