The Pak-Iran Joint Border Trade Committee convened a comprehensive daylong meeting in Mirjaveh, Iran, situated adjacent to Pakistan’s Taftan in the Chagai district. The discussions centered on a range of crucial border-related matters, with a particular emphasis on expanding bilateral trade, improving immigration procedures, and enhancing transportation connectivity.

During this joint border committee meeting, various critical issues came under scrutiny, including the movement of individuals across the Pak-Iran border, the transportation of goods, bilateral trade promotion, curbing smuggling, and other aspects pertinent to border management. The meeting also saw the presentation of numerous proposals aimed at bolstering railway connectivity, enhancing banking cooperation, and facilitating smoother bilateral trade between Pakistan and Iran. The delegates expressed optimism that this meeting would prove highly beneficial for the region, especially for businesses on both sides, and that it would contribute to resolving business-related challenges.

The Iranian delegation, led by the Director General of the Transit and International Transport Department within the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development, warmly welcomed their counterparts from the neighboring country, emphasizing the close and brotherly ties between the two nations.

In attendance were key figures such as Collector Customs Appraisal Taftan, Naveed Iqbal, Deputy Collector Usman Aziz, Superintendent Ahad Durrani, officials from relevant government departments, representatives from the business community, stakeholders in border trade, the transportation sector, banking industry, and officials from the Ministry of Immigration and Foreign Affairs. This collaborative effort between Pakistan and Iran signals their commitment to addressing border challenges and fostering economic cooperation to benefit both nations.

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