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Pakistan and Iran on Friday agreed to the spirit of “mutual trust and cooperation” and the need for closer cooperation on scurity issues as the two sides began to pick threads of tattered ties following their tit-for-tat missile strikes in each other’s territory.

Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani spoke with his Iranian counterpart Hossein



Amir-Abdollahian and expressed Pakistan’s readiness to work with Iran on “all issues based on the spirit of mutual trust and cooperation”, Pakistan’s Foreign Office said in a statement.

“He (Jilani) underscored the need for closer cooperation on security issues,” said the statement issued after the two ministers spoke over the telephone.
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