QUETTA: The eighth meeting of Joint Border Trade Committee on bilateral trade between Pakistan and Iran began in Quetta.
The first day session is being conducted in collaboration with Pakistan Customs Quetta and Chambers of Commerce and Industry Quetta.
Addressing to the participants of the meeting during the inaugural session Abdul Waheed Marwat Collector Customs Appraisement and Facilitation said that bilateral trade is an important need of both the brotherly Islamic countries and it is need of the time.
The Collector informed journalists that Iranian Consul General in Quetta Hassan Darwishvand was also part of the Iranian delegation in addition the representatives of all the relevant departments, the Pakistani Consulate General in Zahedan Iran Muhammad Rafi is also attended the eighth meeting of the Joint Border Trade Committee on bilateral trade between Pakistan and Iran.
The head of the Iranian delegation Mandana Zanganah said in his address that Pakistan is our brotherly and Islamic country, we are here to create the best business environment among both countries, he adding that joint border meeting on trade is held every year where discussed many business issues, especially related with Iranian province of Sistan and the Pakistani province of Baluchistan.
Zanganah further said that the last meeting of committee was held on November 19 and 20, 2019 in Zahedan, he recalled that the said meeting was held once in Quetta and the second time in Zahedan.