But what is new about his method is his second tweet soon after the first.
Pakistan and Iran share a long border of more than 900 kilometers.
On the face of it, the United States withdrew from the nuclear deal for reasons other than a change in Iran's nuclear programme - it withdrew from the nuclear deal to justify economic sanctions hoping it would fire up anti-government public sentiments and bring about the regime change. Maybe, all of it is a part of the psychological warfare launched by the United States to have a new set of leadership in Tehran.
They discussed a host of issues, including bilateral relations between Pakistan and Iran during the meeting.
Pakistan was quick to condemn the attacks and promised Saudi Arabia, a staunch ally, its full support.
"On our side, we haven't seen an Iraqi party in the political process that wants to push things towards a crisis or extremity, except for individual behavior", he said.
Visiting Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif called on Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan, after holding delegation-level talks at the foreign ministry, May 24, 2019. "If there is any problem, it should be resolved through peaceful dialogue and negotiations". Tehran called on the global community and local allies to stop Washington's "hegemonic policies" and resist US-imposed sanctions.
Iran's Foreign Minister Javad Zarif was expected to arrive later on Thursday in Islamabad as Pakistan seeks to calm regional tension.
The German envoy's visit follows Iran's declaration earlier this month that the remaining signatories to the deal - Germany, France, Britain, China and Russian Federation - have two months to develop a plan to shield Iran from American sanctions.
Qaiser insisted that joint efforts were needed to eliminate terrorism from the region.
"[Islamic Jihad] was established by Iran, financed by Iran, and does what Iran wants it to do", Amidror said, adding that the Iranian idea is that "Israel will be busy focusing on Gaza and not have enough energy to deal with the building up of an independent war machine in Syria". He further said the Tehran considered Islamabad as its "partner" in establishing peace in the region.
The accord, meant to keep Iran from obtaining a nuclear weapon, promised economic incentives in exchange for restrictions on Tehran's nuclear activities.
"Donald Trump is the real terrorist", Zarif said.
While the Trump administration has provided scant public evidence to back up its recent allegations of an increased Iranian threat, some senior advisers to the United States president appear to be pushing for a military confrontation.
However, he vowed to resist "even if Iran is bombed". This has put Iraq in the hard position of juggling Iranian and USA interests, which was what most likely prompted Baghdad's initiative to try and mediate a de-escalations, although the chances of it succeeding are pretty slim.