Huge potential exists between Pakistan-Iran trade: Dawood

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Staff Reporter

Islamabad

Advisor to the PM on commerce Abdul Razak Dawood has said that Pakistan highly values its fraternal ties with Iran and considers it a close friend and neighbour. He said, “Pakistan-Iran trade volume must be increased.”
The PM’s Advisor was talking to outgoing Ambassador of the Islamic republic of Iran Mehdi Honardoost who called him in Ministry of Commerce on Thursday.
During the meeting with Iranian Ambassador, Abdul Razak Dawood said that the two brotherly countries have cordial relations saying “there is lot of potential for trade and economic cooperation”.
Mehdi Honardoost reciprocated these sentiments and said that Iran is keen to further strengthen relations with Pakistan, which are mutually beneficial to the people of both countries. He said that Iran intends to expand trade and economic cooperation with Pakistan, along with increasing regional cooperation.

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