ISLAMABAD (Dispatches) – Pakistan-Iran Parliamentary Friendship Group has said that the relations between the two countries in the field of trade and commerce needed to enhance and impediments concerning the sector could be overcome with mutual consensus.
Talking to members of the Iran-Pakistan Friendship Group led by Ahmad Amirabadi and Trade Minister of Iran Reza Rehmani in Tehran, Convener of the Group Syed Naveed Qamar ensured that the group would facilitate further improvement in relations between two countries who share long border, common religion and history.
He said being neighboring countries, both countries have larger opportunities for trade and commerce which would benefit the countries and Pakistan could export rice, fruits, vegetables and meat to Iran.
The head of the Iran Friendship Group stressed upon need to explore mechanism for banking relations, improving trade relations, establishing border markets and Iran-Pakistan Gas Pipeline.
He said the Friendship Groups in the parliaments of both countries would further facilitate in overcoming the impediments towards promotion of trade and commerce relations between two countries.
The delegation aims to further strengthen the bilateral parliamentary relations and overall bilateral relations between two countries.