Iran, Pakistan Hold 11th Joint Border Trade Committee Meeting in Chabahar

In a significant development, the 11th meeting of the joint border trade committee between the Islamic Republic of Iran and Pakistan commenced on Tuesday in Chabahar, located in southeastern Iran.

Iran (IMNA) -The Iranian delegation, led by Iraj Hassanpour, Head of the Industry, Mine, and Trade Department of Iran's Sistan and Baluchestan Province, will engage in discussions with the Pakistani delegation, headed by Abdul Qadir Memon, Chief of Balochistan's Customs Office, over the course of the two-day meeting.

The primary objective of this crucial gathering is to enhance commercial exchanges, streamline transportation processes, and facilitate customs affairs between the two neighboring countries, Iran and Pakistan.

Iran and Pakistan Hold 10th Round of Border Trade Committee Talks to Strengthen Trade Relations

Iran and Pakistan recently concluded their 10th round of border trade committee meetings with the aim of enhancing their trade ties. Both nations are determined to increase their annual trade value to $5 billion.

During the meeting held in Chabahar, Abdul Qadir Memon, representing Pakistan, engaged in discussions with Iranian officials. The main focus was on finding ways to reduce cargo transit and transportation costs for businesses operating in both countries.

On January 15, 2023, the 10th edition of the border trade committee talks took place in Quetta, further solidifying the commitment of Iran and Pakistan to bolstering their trade relations.

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