QUETTA: Balochistan Governor Amanullah Khan Yasinzai has underlined the necessity for enhancing financial cooperation between Pakistan and Iran.
Presiding over the concluding session the eighth Pak-Iran Joint Border Commerce Committee assembly right here on Wednesday, he mentioned that folks of each international locations had been having fun with cordial and shut relations, including the choices taken by the committee could be applied for enhancing bilateral commerce.
The governor mentioned the current authorities was giving particular consideration to strengthening financial relations with all neighbouring international locations.
He mentioned the governments, in addition to folks of Pakistan and Iran, had been having fun with shut bilateral commerce relations.
Yasinzai addresses concluding session of eighth joint border commerce committee
Talking on the event, Deputy Governor of Sistan-Baluchestan for Financial Affairs Coordination Mandana Zanganeh, who was main the Iranian delegation, mentioned that the assembly mentioned difficulties confronted by the merchants of each international locations within the bilateral commerce and members from Pakistan and Iran have given solutions to resolve these points.
“The meeting would prove fruitful for achieving the trade target fixed by both sides,” she mentioned.
Ms Zanganeh mentioned she was feeling nice whereas visiting Quetta and having fun with the hospitality of the Pakistani officers and enterprise leaders.
The committee mentioned numerous points pertaining to enhancing bilateral commerce and financial cooperation between the 2 international locations.
Either side agreed to proceed negotiations at authorities stage.
The assembly determined to take steps for discouraging entry of unlawful immigrants in Iran and stopping drug smuggling.
The committee determined that the difficulties and hurdles affecting the commerce between Iran and Pakistan could be eliminated and on this regard committees could be arrange which might work to reinforce commerce and financial relations.
Balochistan Customs Collector Abdul Waheed Marwat, who led the Pakistani facet, mentioned that because of fruitful assembly bilateral commerce and financial cooperation could be additional enhanced.
He mentioned that the hurdles identified by either side could be eliminated with mutual understanding and session.
President of the Quetta Chamber of Commerce and Business Abdul Samad Musakhail and President of the Zahidan Chamber of Commerce and Business Abdul Rahim Regi additionally spoke on the assembly and steered numerous steps for rising bilateral and barter commerce.
Pakistan’s Consul Basic at Zahidan Mohammad Rafi and Iranian Consul Basic at Quetta Hasan Darwesh and different officers involved additionally attended the two-day assembly.
Printed in Daybreak, October 22nd, 2020