Pakistan and Iran agreed to restore diplomatic ties and de-escalate tensions along their border following the recent tit-for-tat missile strikes.
On Monday, foreign ministers from both countries met in Islamabad to mend relations.
Joining the discussion:
- Ali Akbar Dareini is a Researcher and Writer for the Strategic Studies of Public Policy Journal.
- Shuja Nawaz is a Distinguished Fellow at the South Asia Center at the Atlantic Council.
- Mohammad Marandi is Chair of the American Studies Department at the University of Tehran.
- Syed Mohammad Ali is a Lecturer at Johns Hopkins University.
Iran and Pakistan have announced that they will resume diplomatic relations after recently swapping air strikes ⤵️ https://t.co/dvLWW8oUuS
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Iran's foreign minister travelled to Pakistan on Monday to try and contain the fallout from the tit-for-tat missile strikes earlier this month. The neighbours have agreed to bury the hatchet with a new counterterrorism agreement pic.twitter.com/qeC3oxDcfk
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