Iranian and Pakistani army leaders talk about cooperation, Afghanistan

Iranian and Pakistani army leaders vowed to improved cooperation and mentioned Afghanistan on Wednesday. 

Maj. Gen. Mohammad Hossein Bagheri, chief of employees of the Iranian armed forces, met his Pakistani counterpart Gen. Nadeem Raza in Rawalpindi south of Pakistan’s capital Islamabad. The two delegations expressed a “serious desire” to broaden cooperation between the Iranian and Pakistani militaries. They additionally mentioned the state of affairs in neighboring Afghanistan, Iran’s official Islamic Republic News Agency reported. 

Iran and Pakistan have an necessary relationship. Last December, the 2 international locations opened up a second border crossing between their territories. 

Afghanistan can be a precedence for each states. Pakistan hosts a couple of million Afghan refugees and has longstanding ties to the Taliban. Iranian politicians are divided over deal with the post-US army withdrawal state of affairs within the nation. Reformists need the Islamic Republic to face by “resistance” fighters within the Panjshir valley and defend the nation’s Shiite Hazara neighborhood. Conservatives, however, have been extra open to working with the Taliban, which has an excessive Sunni Islamist ideology. 


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