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27 March 2014 - 11:32

Iran’s Foreign Ministry has summoned Pakistan's ambassador to Tehran over Iranian kidnapped guard's death and expressed strong objections to Pakistan for lack of control of its borders.

Deputy Director General of the department of West Asian countries of Iran's Foreign Ministry expressed Islamic Republic of Iran’s objection on Iranian border guards’ abduction and their transfer to Pakistan emphasizing on Iran’s demand for their release, health and also delivering the terrorists to Iran.

He continued “Pakistan should have proper control over its borders and prevent recurrence of such events unless two countries’ good relations would be affected.”

Pakistan’s ambassador to Iran, Noor Mohammad Jadmani, offered condolences for one of the Iranian abducted guard’s death in Pakistan and expressed regret for the terrorist incident.

“Pakistan is also worried about the growth of terrorist actions and extremism.” added he and that “Pakistan will not let such incidents be repeated again and affect the two countries’ relations.”

Last Sunday Jaysh Al-Adl terrorist group announced that they have killed one of the hostages; they had p, which abducted five Iranian border guards and took them to Pakistan in February.

In February 2013 Iran and Pakistan signed a security agreement under which both countries are required to cooperate to prevent terrorism on the common borders.

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