Iran-Pak friendship exposed, President Raisi was treated like this

Iran's President Raisi and Pakistan's PM Shahbaz Sharif

The friendship between Iran and Pakistan has been exposed. This poll was revealed during the visit of Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi to Pakistan. Pakistan does not understand whom to please. On one side are America and Saudi Arabia. If Pakistan gives a higher price to Iran then America and Saudi will get angry.

Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi is on a visit to Pakistan. However, during his visit, the friendship between Pakistan and Iran was suddenly exposed. The President of Iran wanted to address the people in Lahore. After procrastination from Pakistan's side, that program was canceled. Pakistan does not want to anger Saudi Arabia or America by giving high prices to Iran.

Earlier on Monday, Ibrahim Raisi and Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif met. Both discussed ways to promote bilateral relations at political, economic, trade, and cultural levels. Apart from this, both countries agreed to make joint efforts to eradicate terrorism.

A few months ago, both countries had carried out air strikes on alleged terrorist bases located on each other's land. Sharif welcomed Raisi, the first head of state of any country to visit Pakistan after the general elections held on February 8, at the Prime Minister's House, where the Raisi leader was given a guard of honor.

What did President Raisi say?

In the presence of Raisi and Sharif, Iranian and Pakistani officials signed eight MoUs to expand cooperation in various fields. President Raisi said that Iran and Pakistan have decided to increase bilateral trade to 10 billion US dollars.

Raisi said we are committed to strengthening relations at the highest level. There is no limit to the economic and trade cooperation between Iran and Pakistan. At the same time, Sharif said that the whole of Pakistan welcomes the visit of the Iranian President as he has called for strengthening Pak-Iran relations despite the challenges.

Raisi is the first Iranian president to visit Pakistan in eight years. The cordial relations between the two neighboring countries were dealt a blow when Iran carried out air strikes on alleged terrorist hideouts in Pakistan's restive Balochistan province in January. Pakistan retaliated by attacking terrorist hideouts in Iran's Sistan-Baluchistan province, in which nine people were killed.

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