Iranian Foreign Minister praises PM Khan’s efforts towards peace in the Persian Gulf

Prime Minister Imran Khan visited Iran on Sunday as part of the initiative by Pakistan to alleviate tensions between Iran and Saudi Arab.

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  • “The reason for this trip is that we do not want a conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran”-PM Khan
  • “Reiterating #HOPE (Hormuz Peace Endeavour) I again invite colleagues in the leaderships of other regional states to join Iran for peace, security, stability & prosperity”- Iranian Foreign Minister

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Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif acknowledged the efforts of Prime Minister Imran Khan to establish peace with Saudi Arabia. Furthermore, he invited countries of the region to join peace initiatives.

In addition, a message posted on social networking website Twitter, the Iranian Foreign Minister expressed his gratefulness to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s efforts and wrote that we are grateful to him for peace efforts in the Persian Gulf.

“Reiterating #HOPE (Hormuz Peace Endeavour) I again invite colleagues in the leaderships of other regional states to join Iran in forging a blueprint for peace, security, stability & prosperity”, said the Iranian Foreign Minister.

Pakistan’s Initiative

On Sunday, Prime Minister Imran Khan visited Tehran as part of the initiative by Pakistan to alleviate tensions between Iran and Saudi Arab.

PM Imran Khan while talking to the reporters in Iran said that, “The reason for this trip is that we do not want a conflict between Saudi Arabia and Iran”.

PM Khan emphasized that it was Pakistan’s “initiative” to visit both the countries. He said, “We recognize that it’s a complex issue … but we feel that this can be resolved through dialogue. But what should never happen is a war between Saudi Arab and Iran.”

Tensions Spiked

Tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia have increased after the attack on Saudi oil facilities on September 14th.

Moreover,Iranian Foreign Minister Jawad Zarif invites countries in the region to join the peace initiative at the Hormuz.


Also See: Saudi Arabia And Iran Take Steps Towards Indirect Talks. Is Pakistan Mediating?


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