Pakistan, Iran chalk out five-year plan with $5bn trade target . Pakistan

Pakistan, Iran chalk out five-year plan with $5bn trade target . Pakistan

Iran Foreign Minister Hossein Amir Abdollahian is on a twoday visit to Pakistan having reached Islamabad last night at Foreign Minister Bilawal BhuttoZardaris invitation . This is his first bilateral trip to Pakistan . The two countries agreed in late to take measures to expand annual trade exchanges to bn by the current year .

This comes less than two years after the two . countries agreed to set up a special economic free trade region along the common border points . The Iranian foreign minister also condemned the recent terrorist attack in Bajaur and extended sympathies to the bereaved families people of Pakistan in general and the government of Pakistan .

He also emphasised the completion of the PakistanIran gas pipeline saying that the project would definitely serve the national interests of the two countries. The two leaders held a teteetete at the ministry and also planted a Pine tree sapling on the premises of the office .

Later the two foreign ministers saw the signing of memoranda of understanding between Pakistan and Iran in various fields in various . fields of trade and tourism in various areas of the Iranian foreign ministers in Islamabad . Earlier today the two sides agreed to the .

signing of Memoranda of . understanding between the . two countries to discuss the . PakistanIran Gas Pipeline . and the Iranian gas pipeline . The PakistanIran pipeline project would certainly serve the . national interests . The Pakistani foreign minister said that it would definitely service the national .

interests of . the Pakistani national interests. The Pakistani government. and the Pakistani government’s economic and international relations. The Iranian government”s national security and foreign relations. An agreement to provide the Pakistani security and international security services.

The . Iranian foreign security. and foreign security services, including the Iranian national security.


Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Read also x