Iran,Pakistan Agree to Raise Bilateral Trade to $10 Billion

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Iran,Pakistan Agree to Raise Bilateral Trade to $10 Billion

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi said on Monday that Pakistan and Iran agreed to increase commerce to $10 billion.
After meeting with Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif in Islamabad, the Iranian President stated during a joint press conference that the current level of trade between the two nations was unacceptable. The two also had discussions at the level of delegates.

The Iranian president also emphasized the necessity it is to advancing business and trade in border regions to improve the well-being of the people living there.
The president declared that Iran and Pakistan have dedicated themselves to combating organized crime and terrorism.

He expressed the hope that the great people of Pakistan and Iran would see his visit to Pakistan as a turning point in the development and promotion of bilateral relations.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif stated in his address that Pakistan is steadfastly committed to enhancing its bilateral ties with Iran. The moment, he continued, has come to turn our border regions into prosperous and forward-thinking economic zones.

He expressed his belief that the Iranian president’s visit will enhance and expand Pakistan-Iran relations on the level of bilateral.

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xIn an accompanying story, Radio Pakistan said that Pakistan and Iran had inked eight memorandums of understanding for collaboration in a range of sectors. The agreements covered veterinary and animal health, judicial help in civil affairs, and security cooperation.

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