Nov 6, 2021, 2:13 PM
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Iran, Pakistan plan to cooperate in home appliances, diary

Tehran, IRNA – Iranian Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade has said that Tehran and Islamabad have planned for cooperating in the areas of home appliances and diary.

The cooperation could enhance while the two have also relations in trade and investment, Reza Fatemi-Amin told reporters on Saturday at the end on ninth meeting of Iran-Pakistan joint trade committee .

Iran and Pakistan are two important countries in the region, said the minister adding that the two have not used properly their economic capacities yet.

The minister went on to say that trade obstacles to free trade between Tehran and Islamabad will be removed by the next three months.  

As he stressed, the Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi, during the past few months, has underlined the importance of expansion of trade ties with all, with neighbors in particular.

Economies of Iran and Pakistan are interrelated, Fatemi-Amin noted.

Reportedly, the ninth meeting of Iran-Pakistan joint trade committee focused on reviewing the latest developments in bilateral economic cooperation.

Iran has about 959 joint border crossings with Pakistan in southeast of the country.


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