A delegation of Iran Parliamentary Friendship visited Ministry of Commerce and Textile Industry and met Abdul Razak Dawood, Adviser for Commerce, Textile, Industry and Production, and Investment of Pakistan.
According to the reports of Baaghitv, a delegation of Iran parliamentary Friendship group, led by Ahmed Emir Abadi, visited Ministry of Commerce and Textile Industry. They were welcomed by Abdul Razak Dawood, Adviser for Commerce, Textile, Industry and Production, and Investment of Pakistan. In the meeting matters related to enhancement of bilateral trade were discussed.
Dawood stated that in order to enhance trade between two neighboring Muslim countries, non-tariff barriers have to be removed. He said both the countries signed preferential trade agreement in 2006 but could not avail much benefit from it. He further said, his recent trip to Iran augur well in which matters related to enhancing economic cooperation were discussed.
Ahmed Emir Abadi said on the occasion, to maintain economic stability in the region both Pakistan and Iran have to work together. He further said, PM Imran Khan recent trip to Iran and meeting with supreme leader Khamenei was of great importance for us. He said border management for trade will be decided soon.