The Iranian and Pakistani Foreign Ministries issued a joint statement in which they confirmed that the two countries' ambassadors would return to work on the 26th of this month, after tension following an exchange of air strikes.
The statement stated that the Iranian Foreign Minister Hussein Amir Abdullahian He will visit Islamabad at the official invitation of his Pakistani counterpart, Jalil Abbas Gilani, on January 29.
The statement also stated that these understandings were made after telephone conversations between the foreign ministers of the two countries during the past days.
It is noteworthy that Pakistan announced last week the withdrawal of its ambassador to Tehran against the backdrop of Iran carrying out military strikes inside its territory, and Pakistani forces responded by bombing a site inside Iran.
The two attacks killed 11 people, most of them women and children, according to the authorities of both countries.
The two countries – which have never previously carried out strikes of this magnitude on each other's territory – are facing armed movements that have been active for decades in the region. Balochistan Their shared border, which is one thousand kilometers long.
After tensions suddenly escalated, both Tehran and Islamabad announced on Friday an agreement to “de-escalate.”
The exchanged strikes raised concern among the international community, while the Middle East region is witnessing an increase in tensions due to the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip.