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Pakistan Has Offered To Cooperate With Iran In Investigating The Helicopter Crash

Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, a spokesperson for the Foreign Office, stated that Pakistan is willing to fully cooperate with Iranian authorities if they need help investigating the helicopter accident. Pakistan can conduct an investigation and is prepared to assist Iran if needed. It’s worth noting that Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdullahian and other colleagues visited Pakistan on May 20.

The Foreign Office spokesperson highlighted the significance of last week in Pakistan’s foreign affairs, mentioning Foreign Minister Ishaq Dar’s visit to Saudi Arabia, from which Pakistan received $1 million. Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif also attended the Iranian President’s funeral in Iran, and the Foreign Minister also visited the country. During an important visit to Kyrgyzstan, Ishaq Dar met with the Kyrgyz Foreign Minister to discuss the recent Kyrgyzstan situation and address Pakistani students’ security concerns.

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