Pakistan offers assistance to Iran in helicopter crash investigation

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Pakistan offers assistance to Iran in helicopter crash investigation

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Pakistan has offered assistance to neighboring Iran in the investigation of the helicopter crash of President Ibrahim Raisi.

Spokesperson of the Foreign Office Mumtaz Zahra Baloch has said in the weekly press conference that the Iranian authorities have full capacity to investigate the helicopter crash, if Iran needs it, Pakistan is ready to assist in the investigation.

He says that this week was a dynamic week of Pakistani diplomacy, Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif visited the United Arab Emirates on the invitation of the head of the UAE, the head of the UAE assured investment in Pakistan in various fields. Promised.

According to Foreign Office Spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif visited Iran this week and condoled the death of the Iranian President, Turkish Foreign Minister visited Pakistan and met the Pakistani leadership.

He said that Secretary General SAARC Ghulam Sarwar visited Pakistan after assuming office and met Foreign Secretary Cyrus Sajjad Qazi.

The spokesperson of the Foreign Office has said that there are several delegation exchanges between Pakistan and the UAE, giving a briefing on the 13th JCC between Pakistan and China.

He said that the government of Pakistan thanked the UAE authorities for their support to Pakistan in the past, the UAE has invested in several sectors, the details of which will be released in the coming weeks.

Spokesperson of Foreign Office Mumtaz Zahra Baloch has said that Azerbaijan’s Foreign Minister will visit Pakistan from May 29 to 30, Azerbaijan’s Foreign Minister will meet Deputy Prime Minister Ishaq Dar and Pakistani leadership.

He said that UAE has decided that it will invest in Pakistan on a large scale soon, this investment will take place after discussions in this regard.

Spokesperson of the Foreign Office, Mumtaz Zahra Baloch further said that more than 4,500 students have returned from Bishkek. Will be.

They also say that the situation in Kyrgyzstan has returned to normal, the fake news traffic has also disturbed Pakistani students and their families, wanting our students to continue their education online or through other means.

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