Prime Minister Imran Khan met Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at the Presidential Palace in Tehran on Monday during a two-day official visit to Iran.
During their meeting, Prime Minister Imran and President Rouhani discussed the entire spectrum of bilateral relations and ways to further ties in diverse fields, Radio Pakistan reported.
Earlier today, the prime minister arrived at the Presidential Palace where he was received by the Iranian president.
The national anthems of both countries were played during the welcoming ceremony, after which Prime Minister Imran inspected a guard of honour.
The premier will also call on Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, and meet Pakistani and Iranian business community during the visit.
The prime minister landed at the Tehran International Airport on Sunday, where he was warmly welcomed by Iranian Health Minister Dr Saeed Namaki.
A smartly turned out contingent also presented him a static salute.
Later, Iranian Health Minister Dr Saeed Reza held meeting with the prime minister. During the meeting, matters of mutual interests, bilateral ties, regional and international issues and other matters were discussed.
He would call on Supreme Leader of Islamic Revolution Seyyed Ali Khamenei, besides holding in-depth talks with Iranian President Dr. Hassan Rouhani today (Monday). The Prime Minister will also meet Pakistani and Iranian business community during his visit.