Meeting amid Iranian, Pakistanis officials takes place in Islamabad
(MENAFN) As reported by IRNA, the 21st Iran-Pakistan joint economic Committee conference started in Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, on Wednesday.
Hosted at the level of representatives, the first day of the two-day committee was led by Iran’s deputy transport and urban development minister as well as Pakistani deputy commerce minister for financial affairs.
According to reports, the conference began with the outline of the members of the two parties’ delegations after that a discussion and conversation of opinions on the targets of the committee and the arrangements for the draft of the conference’s final memorandum document.
Late on the same day of the meeting, the technical committees of the two parties gathered to talk about collaboration in numerous sectors such as trade, banking, customs, tax affairs, industry, as well as shipment guarantees.
The official conference of the two nations’ Joint Economic Committee is going to be hosted on Thursday under the leadership of Iranian Transport and Urban Development Minister Rostam Qasemi as well as Pakistani Minister of Commerce Syed Naveed Qamar.
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