SHAFAQNA- President Hassan Rouhani said in a joint press conference with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday that Iran will appropriately respond to any kind of goodwill efforts.
Expressing gratitude for Khan’s visit to Tehran, Rouhani described his talks with the Pakistani premier as promising,and said, “The issues we discussed today are of high importance for the region and international relations.”
He further hailed Imran Khan’s regional stance which stresses the need to stop the Yemen war and achieve immediate ceasefire in that country in order to ensure regional security.
Such stance can be a good point to start, the president commented on the Pakistani premier’s remarks,The Islamic Republic News Agency reported.
“I explained the danger of the Zionist regime to the Pakistani PM,” he said.
“We also discussed cruel US sanctions against Iranian nation noting that they are ‘economic terrorism’,” he added.
“We also conferred on possible ways to put JCPOA on its previous track and having it implemented,” Rouhani said.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in Tehran to hold talks with senior Iranian officials amid heightened tensions in the Middle East.
“In the framework of the longstanding and friendly relations between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Imran Khan will make his second visit to Iran this year within the agenda of close and friendly cooperation between the two countries,” Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Mousavi said in comments on Saturday MehrNewsAgency told.
A Pakistani Foreign Ministry statement said the visit will focus on “peace and security in the region”, Press Tv mentioned