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Imran Khan accepts Iranian President Rouhani’s invitation for state visit

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman and Prime Minister designate Imran Khan said that Pakistan wants to develop special trade ties with Iran.


Talking to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani who telephoned him, Imran Khan said that Pakistan also wants to add more momentum to its diplomatic relations with Iran.


The two leaders discussed relations between the countries and matters of mutual interest.


The Iranian President said Pakistan and Iran are not only neighbours but are also tied in deep bonds of religion and culture.


Hassan Rouhani also expressed his wish to further cement and increase ties between the two countries.


The Iranian President invited PTI Chairman to visit Iran which he accepted.


Foreign ministries of both countries will finalize the visit soon after completion of the process of transfer of power.

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