Pakistani Official Calls for Closer Tehran-Islamabad Ties
TEHRAN (Tasnim) – Acting Chairman of Pakistan’s Senate Saleem Mandviwalla called for efforts to boost cooperation between Tehran and Islamabad in all areas.
Iran and Pakistan should enhance their bilateral ties in all fields, Mandviwalla said on Tuesday in a meeting with Iran’s Ambassador to Islamabad Mehdi Honardoost, the Dawn reported.
He also stressed the need for reactivating the Pakistan-Iran Investment Company as it was in the interest of both countries to have a proper channel for bilateral trade and investment.
Mandviwalla also called for the activation of Iran-Pakistan parliamentary friendship group to enhance cooperation at the parliamentary level through frequent exchanges.
The two sides, he said, could achieve a lot through frequent interactions at different levels for mutual benefit.
The Iranian envoy, for his part, said that Iran and Pakistan could achieve a lot through enhanced interactions and bilateral cooperation.
He said that bilateral trade and investment was in the interest of both countries and would open up new avenues of bilateral cooperation.