The foreign minister of Pakistan said Monday that Iran had no justification to pursue nuclear weapons and urged the neighbouring country to embrace overtures from the United States. In some of Pakistans strongest statements on Irans controversial nuclear program, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that he wanted to avoid another major crisis in the region. In my view, I dont think they have a justification to go nuclear, Qureshi said at Harvard University. Whos threatening Iran? I dont see any immediate threat to Iran, he said, while adding that Pakistan accepted Irans right to civilian use of technology. Qureshi said he has shared his views with Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki and told him to seize on US President Barack Obamas stated willingness to engage in dialogue to mend decades of fraught US-Iranian ties.