Pak Iran Ties
Both sides agree to stop smuggling, illegal border crossings; power supply to Taftan, border fence also discussed.
Officials address several key topics, including cross-border movement of people, transportation of essential and export commodities.
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Drug regulatory authorities of both countries will devise comprehensive strategy to ensure uninterrupted fast-track supply of life-saving drugs.
“This is complete disinformation that we have given a fresh notice of force majeure to Iran,” state minister for petroleum says.
Citing US sanctions for its inability to pursue project, Islamabad issues notice of 'Force Majeure and Excusing Event' to Tehran, NA told.
Mayor Wahab expresses his gratitude to Iranian Foreign Minister Dr Hossein Amir Abdullahian for participating in the opening ceremony.
Both sides agree to continue engagement on Afghanistan and cooperation to counter Islamophobia; Iran foreign minister meets PM Shehbaz in Islamabad.
It's Iranian foreign minister's first bilateral visit to Pakistan; he will hold discussions with PM Shehbaz and FM Bilawal on bilateral ties during the trip.
Through increased trade and people-to-people contacts, Pakistan-Iran relations can be deepened.
Military commanders agree to share intelligence, take action against terrorist networks, explore avenues for enhancing security cooperation.
Chief commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps says Iran gives utmost importance to Pakistan’s security.
Iranian state media says Iran's Mohammad Bagheri highlighted "historical background" of Pakistan and Iran as basis for expansion of bilateral ties.
Credit goes to Chinese diplomacy for resolving bilateral hurdles among Belt and Road Initiative countries.
Commerce secretary says Pakistan is providing transit route to several countries and not charging transit fee tax.
Foreign ministry says regional security situation discussed in detail, decision made to to institutionalise trilateral consultations on counter-terrorism.
Says development will be a "harbinger for peace, prosperity and development for the entire region".
In his book, published posthumously, late ambassador to Pakistan Satinder Lambah writes "all is not lost".
Islamabad may face $18bn fine in case of failure to complete construction by next year.
Work on the construction of grade stations in the Phalan area of Iran and Jewani on the Pakistani side also under way.
FO spokesperson says "our territory will not be used for undertaking cross-border attacks in Iran and we expect the same from Iran".
Military's media wing says militants used Iranian soil to target a convoy of Pakistani security forces patrolling along the border.
Both sides agree on opening of more joint border markets.
“We want free bilateral trade between both the countries based on equality,” says Sistan-Baluchestan's Deputy Governor Dawood Shaharki.
FIA sources say no formal intimation was conveyed to them about the closure of the border.
Official says more consignments of onions and tomatoes will reach the country in coming days.
FBR asked to waive taxes, levies on onion and tomato imports for next three months.
Both leaders emphasise strengthening bilateral ties, trade; PM Shehbaz stresses early convening of joint economic commission.
Countries display desire to initiate "meaningful and long-lasting security and defence cooperation".