ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has departed for Saudi Arabia after concluding Iran visit.
The FM Qureshi will hold meting with his Saudi counterpart Prince Faisal Bin Farhan Bin Al Saud and will discuss regional peace and stability.
He will inform brotherly country about Pakistan point of view over recent escalation between Iran and USA after the later killed the albeit Qasim Sulemani in a drone attack.
Earlier, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi met with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and his counter part Javad Zareef in Tehran.
Matters of mutual interest, bilateral ties, current situation in the Middle East, regional security and other issues were came under discussion in the important meeting.
Offering Islamabad’s help for defusing tensions prevailing in the Persian Gulf, FM Qureshi said that Pakistan is committed to play constructive role for peace in the region.
He told the Iranian president that Pakistan will not be part of any move that disrupt peace in the region. The foreign minister maintained that the country’s soil will not be used against any other state.
Speaking on the occasion, the foreign minister underlined the importance of resolution of all outstanding issues through dialogue and peaceful means.
FM Qureshi thanked the Iranian president for raising voice against the Indian atrocities in occupied Kashmir. He said that Pakistan attacked great importance to its ties with Iran.