Free economic zone with Pakistan to open soon: Iranian consul

Published January 8, 2019
Balochistan CM and Iranian consul general call for expanding Pak-Iran border trade. — File photo
Balochistan CM and Iranian consul general call for expanding Pak-Iran border trade. — File photo

QUETTA: Iranian Consul General Mohammad Rafiee in a meeting with Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal on Monday said that the Pak-Iran free economic zone would be inaugurated in Mirjaveh city of Sistan-Baluchestan province in the coming days.

During the meeting, the two sides called for expanding Pak-Iran border trade and economic zones to foster economic relations. They also discussed implementation of decisions taken by the Pak-Iran Border Commission and Joint Border Trade Commission.

Published in Dawn, January 8th, 2019

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