Iran sees no limits in enhancing defense ties with Pakistan

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Iran sees no limits in enhancing defense ties with Pakistan

News ID: 4203068 - Wed 17 January 2018 - 22:53

TEHRAN, Jan. 17 (MNA) – Meeting Pakistan’s Minister for Defense Production and Minister for Science and Technology, Iran’s 1st vice president announced his country’s readiness to enhance relations with Pakistan in all fronts.
In the meeting with Rana Tanveer in the capital Tehran today afternoon, Iran’s 1st Vice President Eshagh Jahangiri expressed Iran’s interest in enhancing bilateral relation with neighboring Pakistan in all fronts, adding “nobody can disturb the existing good relations.”

Jahangiri said Iran and Pakistan have a lot of capacities in the defense industry, emphasizing that Iran and Pakistan should resolve bilateral issues quickly and move towards the development of relations.

Iran’s 1st vice president went on to stress that the two countries can increase the level of their defense cooperation as its current level does not match their existing capacities.

Jahanigiri continued saying "Iran sees no restrictions on the development of defense and military cooperation with Pakistan, and the visit made by high ranking military officials of the two countries in recent years has indicated a serious determination to enhance the level of such cooperation.”

With regard to the agreements between the two countries to open new borders gates, he added "the creation of new border crossings between the two countries could facilitate trade between them."

The 1st vice president mentioned restrictions on banking cooperation as one of the main obstacles in the way of developing cooperation between Iran and Pakistan and said that the two countries have not yet succeeded in bringing their banking relationships to an acceptable level in order to facilitate trade between the two countries.

The first vice president also said that Iran is ready to complete the gas pipeline project and the planned supply electricity to Pakistan, adding “Iran and Pakistan have good achievements in science and technology, and Tehran is keen to cooperate with Islamabad in the academic sector, as well as in science and technology.”

In relation to the talks on strengthening bilateral trade between the two countries through Chabahar and Gwadar ports, Jahangiri noted that Iran welcomes cooperation between those two ports.

Referring to talks with Iran defense minister, Pakistan’s Minister for Defense Production and Minister for Science and Technology, for his part, said “in those talks, a mechanism was developed for the development of joint cooperation in the defense and science and technology sectors, and I hope that we will see an increase in the level of cooperation between the two countries in different sectors.”

Rana Tanveer described the Islamic Republic of Iran as a brotherly and friend country for Pakistan, pointing out the great commonality between the two nations, adding "Iran and Pakistan share a lot of cultural and religious affiliations, and geographically have a long shared border.”

Referring to the phenomenon of terrorism in the region and the necessity of trying to establish peace and stability, Pakistani minister said that the development of Tehran-Islamabad cooperation can play an effective role in combating terrorism in the region.

Referring to talks on cooperation between the two countries through the ports of Chabahar and Gwadar, Rana Tanveer stated "through negotiations, we will try to establish a shipping line between the two ports in order to facilitate the travel between two nations.”

Referring to his visit to Iran’s Permanent Expo of Defense Industries, Pakistani minister hailed Iran’s achievements and capabilities in the defense industry, pointing out that the two countries can use each other's experiences and capabilities to improve their defense industries.

Rana Tanveer described the United States as an unreliable country, and said that Iran and Pakistan have gone down the same path, stressing that no country is allowed to interrupt their relations.
 

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Modi does not need to do anything. Paki's masters Saudi will make sure noting will happens.
Netenyahu also mentioned that Israel's goal is to prevent Iran from becoming the leader of all Muslims. That tacitly means that Israel will continue to support Sunni states like it already does, but it also means that the more aggressive Iran gets, the closer Israel becomes to Pakistan for strategic reasons. Not to mention, the Israeli defense industry only remains profitable if its biggest customer, India, keeps buying, which means that Israel will lobby with China to sell some weapons (ex : tanks) to Pakistan so that it could sell counter measures (Spike) to India. Israel apologists much make note of this.
 

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Israel and Saudi will get closer not the rental whore pakistan. India should use the opportunity to get Saudi to stop giving aid to porkis. With no money from US and Saudi pakis will be up shit creek in a couple of weeks.
 

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Netenyahu also mentioned that Israel's goal is to prevent Iran from becoming the leader of all Muslims. That tacitly means that Israel will continue to support Sunni states like it already does, but it also means that the more aggressive Iran gets, the closer Israel becomes to Pakistan for strategic reasons. Not to mention, the Israeli defense industry only remains profitable if its biggest customer, India, keeps buying, which means that Israel will lobby with China to sell some weapons (ex : tanks) to Pakistan so that it could sell counter measures (Spike) to India. Israel apologists much make note of this.
No matter these Jews are hated by everyone
Kicked out of every country but never their fault :lawl:

Well haldiram sir I think we should maintain the current status quo in the middle East.
Because if Iran falls there won't be anyone to put a leash on KSA and they will redirect their resources to Islamize india.
 

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No matter these Jews are hated by everyone
Kicked out of every country but never their fault :lawl:

Well haldiram sir I think we should maintain the current status quo in the middle East.
Because if Iran falls there won't be anyone to put a leash on KSA and they will redirect their resources to Islamize india.
There were some good reasons they were kicked out. It's not just theology. For example, take the Bolshevik revolution in Russia. These were Russian Jewish minority who were entrenched in the power circles and captured power and molded the Russian system to benefit them at the cost of the ordinary Russian masses (basically like the Lutyen's culture). That is why they got driven out from Russia too, even though Russia was fighting against Nazis.

There's good merit in Hitler's accusations if you take a cold, dispassionate look at it. They have a tendency to drag the economy towards a welfare state, get the masses hooked on to doles paid at the expense of the middle class tax payers and basically rule the nation by keeping the middle class and labor class bickering among themselves while they themselves enjoy the fruits of capitalism. Basically, a hybrid model of socialism for others and capitalism for themselves within the same economy.

Our's is the best foreign policy. We balance everything to get the best deal for ourselves. Unfortunately, RWers can tolerate #IsraelFirst and #AmericaFirst but not #IndiaFirst. They think we should necessarily be in one camp or the other. Our affinity to Palestine is a part of this balancing act. People like Subhramanian Swamy would have us suddender this bargaing chip for free. We don't give anything to Palestine, neither money, nor weapons nor technology. It's just diplomatic posturing, and it's free.
 
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There were some good reasons they were kicked out. It's not just theology. For example, take the Bolshevik revolution in Russia. These were Russian Jewish minority who were entrenched in the power circles and captured power and molded the Russian system to benefit them at the cost of the ordinary Russian masses (basically like the Lutyen's culture). That is why they got driven out from Russia too, even though Russia was fighting against Nazis.

There's good merit in Hitler's accusations if you take a cold, dispassionate look at it. They have a tendency to drag the economy towards a welfare state, get the masses hooked on to doles paid at the expense of the middle class tax payers and basically rule the nation by keeping the middle class and labor class bickering among themselves while they themselves enjoy the fruits of capitalism. Basically, a hybrid model of socialism for others and capitalism for themselves within the same economy.

Our's is the best foreign policy. We balance everything to get the best deal for ourselves. Unfortunately, RWers can tolerate #IsraelFirst and #AmericaFirst but not #IndiaFirst. They think we should necessarily be in one camp or the other. Our affinity to Palestine is a part of this balancing act. People like Subhramanian Swamy would have us suddender this bargaing chip for free. We don't give anything to Palestine, neither money, nor weapons nor technology. It's just diplomatic posturing, and it's free.
Correct. Foreign policy should be determined by rational analysis, not our personal grudges. But there are many so-called patriotic rw folks, mostly residing in USA, who parrot the western version of rw ideology rather than a pro-Indian one. Some of them even wanted our PM to apologise to Israel for voting against it!!! Not kidding, it's true. These so-called rw are more loyal to Israel and USA than they are to India.

This is the curse of India. While the left and liberals are against India for their own reasons, even the RW inadvertently slips into an anti-India position because of their affinity for western nations and Israel.
 

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Iranian military adviser proposes Iran-Iraq-Pakistan alliance against U.S

January 23, 2018


TEHRAN - Major General Yahya Rahim Safavi, a top military adviser to the Leader, on Tuesday proposed a coalition of “Iran, Iraq, Pakistan and other countries” against the United States in West Asia.

“This coalition should be formed with participation of governments and nations in order to be able to act successfully against the U.S.,” Rahim Safavi suggested.

He also said that provoking division among countries in region is on the U.S. agenda.

“The U.S. has on its agenda to keep conflict centers and use them to provoke division in the region,” IRIB quoted Safavi as saying on Tuesday.

He noted that Daesh waged war in Syria with a financial and political support by the U.S., the Zionist regime of Israel, and some reactionary Arab countries.

“Daesh actions were mainly beneficial to security of the Zionist regime,” added Safavi, the former chief of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps.

The general also said that the U.S. is promoting Iranophobia to achieve its political, economic and military objectives.

Elsewhere, he noted that the U.S. and Zionist regime’s powers are waning in the world.

http://www.tehrantimes.com/news/420643/Iranian-military-adviser-proposes-Iran-Iraq-Pakistan-alliance
 

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Great, There needs be more anti sunni influence in pakistan. Iran will probably just support shias and perhaps balochs in pakistan..which will lead to more destabilization.
 

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Pak Iran has stable relationship so nothing new here
 

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