Iranian Foreign Minister Moammad Javad Zarif who is visiting Pakistan on a three day trip, arrived in Pakistani port city of Karachi on Tues. and opened a joint business forum there. Iranian Foreign Minister Moammad Javad Zarif addressed the opening of Iran-Pakistan joint business forum on Tuesday in Pakistani port city of Karachi. The Iranian […]
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