Iran, Pakistan Discuss Gaza Crisis

Iran, Pakistan Discuss Gaza Crisis

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Senior diplomats from Iran and Pakistan discussed concerted efforts by the two neighbors in the regional and international arenas to assist the Palestinian people who are suffering from Israeli atrocities.

In a meeting on the sidelines of a ministerial conference of the Developing Eight (D8) countries in Istanbul on Saturday, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan Ishaq Dar and the caretaker foreign minister of Iran stressed the need for constant and close consultations between Islamabad and Tehran.

Weighing plans for the expansion of relations between Pakistan and Iran, the two officials emphasized the necessity for bilateral consultations at the regional and international levels to support Gaza and protect the rights of Palestinian people in global organizations.

Iran on Saturday came up with nine “practical proposals” for the D8 countries’ joint action in support of the Palestinian people and against the Israeli regime’s onslaught on Gaza.

At least 36,801 people have been killed and 83,680 wounded in Israel’s onslaught on Gaza since October 7, 2023.

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