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Tuesday, 23 April 2019

Iran and Pakistan will combinely create a 'border force' to stop terrorist attacks


Iran and Pakistan will combinely create a 'border force' to stop terrorist attacks

Iran and Pakistan have decided to form a joint border 'United States Force'. After the horrific terrorist attacks in border areas, the two countries have taken this decision. Iranian President Hassan Rohani announced this after meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. Tension prevailed in the Sindh-Balochistan frontier areas between the two countries, due to the increase in terror attacks in recent days. Imran Khan's first visit to Iran since becoming Prime Minister last year. 

Last week, 14 Pakistani security personnel were killed in Balochistan, for which Pakistan had blamed the terrorist organization in Iran. Imran Khan said, "Security Chief will meet here with his counterpart and discuss security cooperation." However, detailed information about the combined force was not provided. On Monday, on the last day of his two-day visit to Iran, Khan said that both the countries would not be able to use their land for terrorist activities against each other.

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