Federal Minister for Education, National History and Literary Heritage Shafqat Mehmood has said that Iran and Pakistan share commonalities in language and strong connections that will be more strengthened in future.
Shafqat Mehmood said this congratulating the government and people of Iran on the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution.
The minister said Pakistan-Iran relations, he thinks, are good. He was of the view that Iran and Pakistan as good neighbors will continue to improve and strengthen their ties.
He said Iran is a vibrant nation and has done very well in the fields of technology and education.
The relations between Iran and Pakistan are on upward trend and last year (2018) saw major developments in bilateral ties and the relations between the two neighboring states improved in all areas especially the defense field.
Iran and Pakistan have been enjoying strong brotherly relations since the creation of Pakistan way back in 1947. Since then the two countries have always been supporting each other on world issues.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has also expressed desire to strengthen ties with the Islamic Republic, he said.