TEHRAN: Pakistan-Iran Parliamentary Friendship Group has urged the necessity for enhancing bilateral commerce relations and impediments to this finish could also be eliminated with mutual consensus.
The need was expressed on the delegation-level speak in Tehran on Saturday between members of the 2 international locations, Radio Pakistan reported.
The Iranian Group was led by Ahmad Amirabadi in addition to Commerce Minister of Iran Reza Rehmani whereas Pakistan Group was headed by Syed Naveed Qamar.
They had been of the view that being neighboring international locations, each international locations have bigger alternatives for commerce and commerce which might profit two international locations and Pakistani can export rice, fruits, greens and meat to Iran.
Talking on the event, Chairman, Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir Syed Fakhar Imam apprised the Iranian aspect relating to ongoing state of affairs in occupied Kashmir particularly after fifth August.
He expressed nice gratitude to Iranian aspect for standing and supporting rules of justice in case of Kashmiris.
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Earlier on June 18, a delegation of Iranian parliament led by Chairman Pakistan-Iran Friendship Group Dr. Ahmad Amirabadi Farahani had visited Commerce Ministry right here.
The delegation had referred to as on Advisor for Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood and mentioned points associated to boosting bilateral commerce between Iran and Pakistan.
Commerce Advisor had urged the necessity of eradicating non-tarrif limitations to boost bilateral commerce.