12 Jul 2024
Monday 8 July 2024 - 18:00
Story Code : 424553
Source : Mehr News

Iran-Pakistan border trade committee opens in Zahedan

The Iran Project : The 11th meeting of the Joint Border Trade Committee of Iran and Pakistan opened in the southeastern Iranian city of Zahedan on Monday, where the two sides pursue the increase of bilateral trade by $10 billion per annum.
Iran-Pakistan border trade committee opens in Zahedan
Iran-Pakistan border trade committee opens in Zahedan
According to The Iran Project, Pakistan's Ambassador to Iran Muhammad Mudassir Tipu, who attends the meeting online, announced that Iranian and Pakistani delegations are scheduled to discuss the mechanism to increase mutual trade.

The Islamic Republic of Iran's consul general in Quetta, Pakistan's consul general in Zahedan, and other senior officials of Sistan and Baluchestan province take part in the meeting.

Such joint meetings are held to pave the way for reviewing obstacles, removing barriers, and developing trade and economic relations between the two friendly and neighboring countries.

The two sides make the necessary coordination to help improve trade and economic ties, exchange economic delegations, organize joint exhibitions, attract bilateral investment, and establish joint industrial centers and retail markets
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