Iran warns against foreign interference in Pakistan – Politics News

“We are closely following developments in Pakistan,” Iran’s spokesman told a news conference in Tehran on Monday, noting that developments in the “friend and brother” neighbor are very important for Iran.

His comments came after the decision by the Speaker of Pakistan’s Parliament to block a no-confidence vote in parliament against Prime Minister Imran Khan, and the subsequent dissolution of the National Assembly, sparked a constitutional crisis as the opposition plans to make appeal against the measures taken to the Supreme Court. To research.

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said such developments in Pakistan’s parliamentary system are natural.

“We all need to make sure that the people of Pakistan will settle the fate of their country without interference or foreign interference,” Khatibzadeh stressed.

“We have very good relations with the Pakistani government. In this framework, we have tried to maintain our relations,” he added.

The opposition in Pakistan, which needed 172 votes to topple Khan and his Pakistani-led Tahreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government, now claims the support of 195 MPs.

Khan says the moves to overthrow him are a conspiracy between the opposition and foreign powers.

Pakistani President Arif Alvi dissolved parliament on Sunday on the advice of Khan who also called for a snap election.

But Pakistan’s Supreme Court will hear the opposition’s appeal on Monday.

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