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Strengthening Bilateral Relations: Ebrahim Raisi’s Visit to Pakistan

On Tuesday morning, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi came to Lahore and paid a visit to the tomb of Allama Iqbal. Raisi and his delegation met with Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz at Allama Iqbal International Airport on the second day of his three-day official tour.

Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz receives Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi
Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz receives Iranian President Raisi in Lahore on Tuesday.

After the general elections on February 8, this is the first head of state to visit Pakistan.
Raisi expressed his sense of belonging and connection to Pakistani people, stating that he felt no stranger to the two countries during an event.
He expressed his desire for a public rally to speak to the public, but certain conditions made it unfeasible.
Raisi, on behalf of the Islamic Republic of Iran, greeted the people of Pakistan and Lahore, praising the “revolutionary spirit” that enlivened the crowd.

 

Ebrahim Raisi’s Visits Iqbal’s Mausoleum

Raisi visits Allama Iqbal mausoleum in Lahore.
Raisi visits Allama Iqbal mausoleum in Lahore.

The president of Iran went to the mausoleum of Allama Iqbal, offered fateha, and placed a floral wreath.
The president of Iran emphasized how Allama Iqbal, a highly inspirational figure, was a very significant figure for Iran.
Maulana Abdul Khabeer Azad, the khateeb of Badshahi Mosque, has offered special prayers for Palestinians in Gaza and aims to improve Pakistan-Iran relations. Raisi praised Allama Iqbal’s literary legacy in a visitor’s book and highlighted ongoing restoration work at Lahore’s historical landmarks, especially the Old Walled City. The Iranian president is scheduled to visit Karachi later today, when he will receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Karachi, according to Radio Pakistan.

Pakistan’s Foreign Office has announced President Raisi’s itinerary, which includes stops in Lahore and Karachi, as well as meetings with local authorities. The Iranian dignitary’s arrival was marked by a public holiday in Karachi and Lahore, emphasizing its significance.

First Day of President Raisi

On his first day in Islamabad, President Raisi held high-level talks with Pakistan’s Prime Minister and President.
President Raisi, during a news conference co-hosted by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, outlined strategies to enhance bilateral ties in various sectors.
The two countries have signed Memoranda of Understanding (MoUs) and agreements to enhance their bilateral cooperation in various sectors. President Raisi’s visit to Lahore, a move from Islamabad, aimed to boost prosperity and strengthen interpersonal ties.

The Iranian president is set to visit Karachi later today to receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Karachi.

Increasing Economic Cooperation: Prospects for $10 Billion in Trade

With an emphasis on strengthening economic cooperation, President Raisi’s visit was an important turning point in Iran-Pakistan ties. The visit resulted in a significant agreement to raise trade between Iran and Pakistan to $10 billion. This lofty goal demonstrates the two countries’ mutual commitment to realizing the full potential of their economic alliance.
President Raisi stressed the importance of prioritizing the development of bilateral relations over ignoring critics to benefit both parties.
Prime Minister Shehbaz emphasized the intricate nature of the discussions, which covered historical, security, and religious aspects.
We signed eight agreements and memoranda of understanding, highlighting the observable advancements made in strengthening collaboration across many industries.
As the conversation shifted to action, both nations declared that they were prepared to turn promises into tangible projects.
President Raisi’s visit ushered in a new era of economic cooperation characterized by shared prosperity and sustainable development.
The end of the visit will continue to significantly impact the long-term relationship between Iran and Pakistan.
The $10 billion trade volume goal demonstrates the potential for cooperation between the two countries through coordinated efforts and mutual confidence.

 

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