Iran's Zahedan to host 9th Iran-Pakistan Joint Committee Border Trade

The 9th Joint Committee on Border Trade (JCBT) meeting between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan is scheduled to be held in Zahedan on May 30-31, 2022.

Consul General of Iran in Pakistan's Quetta told IRNA on Sunday that removing barriers hindering bilateral trade is on the agenda of the 9th Joint Committee on Border Trade meeting between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

Hassan Darvishvand added that removing obstacles to trade cooperation between the two countries is the main agenda of the upcoming Joint Committee on Border Trade meeting between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Islamic Republic of Pakistan in Zahedan.

Consul General of Iran in Pakistan's Quetta in his remarks said that both sides are supposed to discuss cooperation in transportation, free trade agreements, the construction of border markets, and other issues affecting bilateral trade.

He added that the officials of Zahedan and Quetta Chambers of Commerce will discuss a wide range of border issues and trade ties at the presence of Iranian and Pakistani customs officials and other relevant issues.

Regarding the traffic of Iranian trucks on the borders of the two countries and some issues facing Iranian drivers, Darvishvand said that Pakistani diplomatic missions in Iran are trying to change the method of issuing visas from labels to electronic and online.

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