Iran gets Pakistan’s support on nuclear deal

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Commenting on worldwide diplomacy, Khan said the PTI government wanted peaceful ties with India, Afghanistan and Iran but would not compromise the national interest.

The multilateral deal on the Iranian nuclear issue was struck between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany and the European Union, and was adopted by the UN Security Council Resolution 2,231.

He said that Modi's phone call to Khan is being taken as that India is also willing to engage with Pakistan.

After his return from Pakistan last month, Sidhu said, there was controversy in India, but the new Pakistan prime minister said "they want peace". Zarif's visit to Pakistan came at a crucial time when the relations between Islamabad and Washington are undergoing a tectonic shift, and Pakistan is finally coming out of the ominous shadow of US and Saudi Arabia. "Three months down the road, there will be a marked difference in the way the country is run", he promised.

Prime Minister Imran Khan today had a meeting with Provincial Secretaries of Punjab at CM Secretariat in Lahore, reported.

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Prime Minister Khan said the National Accountability Bureau had been directed to continue an indiscriminate accountability process in the country.

To a question, he said the objective of using helicopter for travel to and from his private Banigala residence was aimed at saving citizens from the trouble of traffic holdups. He also said that none of his cabinet members had been appointed "permanently" and could be removed from office or shuffled around based on their performance. "This is important given IAEA's repeated verification that Iran has strictly adhered to the terms of agreement", the foreign minister said.

Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mehmood Khan was also present on the occasion. He added that many countries, such as the United States are keen to invest in the country.

Zarif and Imran Khan said Muslim countries should strengthen close cooperation to solve issues related to the Muslim world and the region. He alleged the previous government's claims of a civil-military divide was "propaganda" and did not reflect reality. "We're working with the security institutions in accordance with the Constitution", he added.