Iran, Pakistan sign MoU on border trade

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The 4th joint commission meeting of Iran-Pakistan border trade held on July 19-20 in Quetta, capital of Pakistani province of Balochistan led to sign MoU on border trade.

Head of Iranian Sistan and Baluchestan province organization of Industry and Mine Nader Mirshekar and the head of Quetta Customs House Jaddoun co-chaired the commission.

Cooperation for bilateral commercial facilities and necessary preparations for land, rail and aerial transportation were underlined by the MoU.

The MOU envisaged reduction of existing obstacles in mutual customs cooperation, developing activities of border markets, efforts to expand banking relations, joint investment in border area, holding exclusive exhibition in Quetta and Zahedan of Iran and formation of joint commission of Chamber of Commerce of the two neighboring provinces.

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