Iran, (bbabo.net). Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian will visit Pakistan on January 29. This was reported in a joint statement by the foreign ministries of the two countries, published on the website of the Pakistani Foreign Ministry.
According to the statement, Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian will visit Pakistan at the invitation of his colleague, Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani.
In addition, following a telephone conversation between the foreign ministers of the two countries, an agreement was reached that the Iranian ambassador in Islamabad and the head of the Pakistani diplomatic mission in Tehran will return to their duties from January 26.
As previously reported, on January 16, the Iranian Armed Forces attacked the headquarters of the Jaysh al-Zolm terrorist group in Pakistan. It was noted that missiles and drones were used for the attack. Pakistan's Foreign Ministry condemned the strike, calling it a violation of the country's airspace.
On January 17, Pakistani authorities recalled their ambassador Muhammad Mudasir Tipu from Tehran. They also said that Iran's ambassador to Pakistan, Reza Amiri Moghaddam, who was in his home country at the time, may not return to Islamabad for now.
On January 18, the Pakistani Armed Forces carried out an anti-terrorist operation, during which strikes were carried out on terrorist hideouts in the Iranian province of Sistan and Baluchestan. According to local authorities, the attack killed 10 people, including 4 children.