Iran and Pakistan have agreed to form a joint force to eliminate terrorist groups as Prime Minister Imran Khan began his first visit to Tehran with a pledge not to join any coalition against the Islamic Republic. The joint anti-terror force announcement came soon after both countries accused terrorists operating in Iran and Pakistan of attacking members of their respective militaries.
Iran and Pakistan have suffered the most losses because of insecurity in Afghanistan, he said, adding, "One of the joint goals of the two countries can be close cooperation for establishing stability in Afghanistan".
He made this statement at a joint press briefing with Iran president Hassan Rouhani.
The border skirts the volatile southeastern Iranian province of Sistan-Balochistan which has been the scene of frequent attacks on Iran's security forces.
The anti-security moves at the frontiers of Iran and Pakistan seek to hurt the friendly relations between the two countries.
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Pakistan's foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said the new separatist group had camps inside Iranian border areas.
On the development of transit railway between Iran and Pakistan, President Rouhani said, "Iran, Pakistan and Turkey are among the founders of Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO), within the framework of which we can establish a transit line between the East and the West".
It was in the midst of this security crisis that Prime Minister Imran Khan traveled to Tehran on Sunday for a two-day state visit to hammer out differences and mend fractured relations.
Khan maintained that the biggest pillage of India's wealth happened during the colonization of the country by Britain and went on to say: The British pillaged all the wealth of India, destroyed its educational system and named India "their precious colony".
"Fencing off the Iran-Pakistan border is indeed a good option to restrict Iran-based terrorist groups from carrying out attacks inside Pakistan. Pakistan awaits Iran's response to its request for action against the groups based in Iran, whose locations have been identified by Pakistan a number of times", the letter said.
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The explosion comes a week after the Taliban announced their annual spring offensive and amid ongoing fighting across Afghanistan. Four civilians were killed and at least eight were wounded, according to a statement from the interior ministry.
Both the sides agreed on signing of declaration for cooperation in healthcare sector.
Iran was ready to "meet Pakistan's oil and gas demands", Rouhani added, saying that exports of electricity to Pakistan could be increased 10-fold.
Rouhani expressed the confidence that the visit of Imran Khan will serve to be a turning point in expanding relations between the two countries.
"During the meetings, improving bilateral ties, border security, countering terrorism and regional issues will be discussed", state TV said.
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