pakistan and iran call for coordinated efforts to end gaza massacre
In a telephonic Conversation between President Dr. Arif Alvi of Pakistan and Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi, both leaders emphasized the urgent need for coordinated efforts by Islamic countries to halt the ongoing massacre and crimes against Humanity in Gaza.
Expressing deep concern over the dire situation in occupied Palestine, including Gaza, due to continuous Israeli aggression, President Alvi regretted the UN Security Council’s failure to impose a Ceasefire despite over 19,000 Palestinians, including women and children, losing their lives.
President Alvi reiterated Pakistan’s support for a just Solution to the Palestinian Question, advocating for an independent and Contiguous Palestinian State with Al-Quds-Al-Sharif as the Capital Emphasizing its Significance for lasting Peace in the Middle East.
The Leaders discussed Bilateral economic Cooperation, Highlighting the joint inauguration of the Mand-Pishin Border Sustenance Marketplace and Gabd-Polan Electricity Transmission Line as Significant developments Strengthening the ties between the two Countries.
President Alvi conveyed Condolences to Iran over the terrorist attack on an Iranian police station in Sistan-Baluchistan on December 15. He Expressed Pakistan’s Commitment to Collaborate with Iran in Combating Terrorism.
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Both Leaders agreed that Pakistan and Iran as Brotherly Islamic Countries sharing the Same Culture, Religion and History, would work together to enhance Economic, trade and Cultural Relations.
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Meanwhile the Gaza Conflict Continues with Israel Reporting 132 Soldiers Lost Since its invasion in Response to an October raid by Hamas. The Gaza health ministry revealed that 19,667 Palestinians have been killed, 52,586 wounded and over 60% of Gaza’s infrastructure Destroyed . UNRWA reported that more than 90% of the 2.3 million Population has been displaced.