The Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, met with Pakistan’s National Assembly, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, in Tehran. In the meeting, Zarif pointed out that Iran is ready to export gas and electricity to Pakistan, reported Press TV.

Zarif stated “We welcome Islamabad’s participation in the project to develop [Iran’s southeastern] port of Chabahar.”

Meanwhile, the Iranian first VP, Es’hagh Jahangiri, announced that Iranian and Georgian nations held numerous commonalities and they share similar views over regional and international issues, as informed on Panorama.

Jahangiri comments were stated at a joint press conference with Prime Minister of Georgia, Giorgi Kvirikashvili, who is heading a delegation to Tehran.

The Iranian official also stated that Iranian side remains ready to export natural gas to Georgia through the territory of Armenia, recalling a short-term agreement on natural gas exports to Georgia.

“Iran and Georgia are situated in the same civilization and cultural zone,” stressed the Iranian official adding that “proper grounds have emerged for development of economic, political and cultural cooperation between the two countries.”