TEHRAN, Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Abbas Moussavi said on Saturday that Pakistan is ready for dialogue with its neighbors with or without mediation.
Moussaoui said in an interview with Iranian television to the visit of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan to Tehran, saying: "It is scheduled that Imran Khan to meet with senior Iranian officials during this upcoming visit."
He added that the visit will also discuss the most important regional affairs and the latest developments in the relations between Iran and Pakistan."
As for the alleged mediation role of Imran Khan and carrying a message from Saudi Arabia, he said: "This issue is not up to this time, but will be addressed the latest regional and international developments during the visit."
He pointed out that the Islamic Republic of Iran will hold talks with its neighbors, whether mediated or without mediation, and in the case of misunderstanding will be removed and should not be allowed to make changes in the region by other parties and be exploited by countries outside.
He stressed Tehran's readiness to hold a dialogue with the countries of the region as a whole and has announced this position before.
Source: National Iraqi News Agency