Greater Middle East (bbabo.net), - The foreign ministers of Pakistan and Iran reached an agreement on the return of the ambassadors of the two countries to their duties by January 26. This is stated in a joint statement issued today, January 22, by Islamabad and Tehran on the page of the representative of the Pakistani Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the social network X.
“Following a telephone conversation between the foreign ministers of Pakistan and Iran, a joint agreement was reached for the ambassadors of both countries to return to their duties by January 26, 2024,” the statement said.
It is also reported that Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian will visit Pakistan on January 29 at the invitation of Islamabad.
Pakistan on January 18 reported a series of strikes on “terrorist hideouts” in the Iranian province of Sistan and Baluchestan. This was Islamabad's response to a missile attack by the Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) on targets of the Jaish al-Adl terrorist group in Pakistani Balochistan. Following this, the ambassadors of the two countries were recalled to their capitals for consultations. After a short time, a signal was received about mutual readiness to “reduce tensions between countries.”