On nuclear energy, he said Russia’s ROSATOM and Pakistan’s Nuclear Energy Commission were in touch for cooperation for use of technology for medicine and industry.
Regarding security cooperation, Lavrov said Russia was ready to “strengthen Pakistan’s anti-terrorist capacity including supply of special equipment”.
“This serves in the interest of all States of the region, ” he said, adding an agreement was today reached on conducting more joint military exercises including the Arabian Monsoon maritime drill.
Since Pakistan’s accession to Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) three years ago, he said, the country was actively pursuing its anti-terrorist strategy.
Lavrov expressed concern over the deteriorating security situation in Afghanistan and the rise of terrorist activities in north and east of country.
He mentioned that Russia and Pakistan agreed to “further facilitate the agreement among Afghan parties through inclusive political dialogue”.
On ties between Pakistan and India, the Russian foreign minister welcomed the efforts leading towards the normalization of relations between the two countries.
In the backdrop of tension in Middle East, he favoured establishment of the State of Palestine, saying that “Russia stands to facilitate a direct dialogue between Israel and Palestine”.