Teams present proposals to improve railway link, banking system, and transportation

QUETTA:

The Pakistan-Iran Joint Border Trade Committee convened on Thursday to deliberate on border issues, bilateral trade expansion, enhancements in immigration procedures, and transportation. The daylong meeting took place in the Iranian border town of Mirjaveh, adjacent to Taftan in the Chagai district of Balochistan.

The committee discussed various aspects, including the movement of people at the Pakistan-Iran border, transportation of goods, bilateral trade, and measures to combat smuggling, as detailed in a news release issued after the meeting.

 

Delegations from both countries presented a range of proposals aimed at enhancing the railway link, improving the banking system, and advancing transportation for the benefit of bilateral trade between Pakistan and Iran.

The delegation expressed optimism that the meeting would prove highly beneficial for the region, particularly for businessmen on both sides of the border.

Earlier, the Iranian delegation, led by the Director General of the Transit and International Transport Department at the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development, extended a warm welcome to the Pakistani delegation.

The Pakistani delegation included Taftan Collector of Customs Appraisal Naveed Iqbal, Deputy Collector Usman Aziz, Superintendent Ahad Durrani, and representatives from the business community, transportation sector, banking sector, as well as the Ministry of Immigration and Foreign Affairs.

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