Pakistan, Iran agree on sustainable border security
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Iran on Monday stressed the need for safeguarding sustainable security at the borders, joint actions in fighting narcotics transit, human and weapon trafficking between the two countries.
The understanding came at a meeting between Pakistan’s National Security Advisor Nasser Khan Janjua and Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council Ali Shamkhani in Tehran.
Nasir Khan Janjua said that Muslims needed to be alert against foreign conspiracies designed to increase the fray between them.
He said Pakistan would continue its economic and security cooperation with Iran.
Criticizing the US new national security strategy, Ali Shamkhani said the US had adopted double-standard against Muslim countries. He said his country would not let any country influence Tehran-Islamabad ties aversely.