Pakistan and Iran agree to form joint border management committee to oversee 900 km border issues

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Pakistan and Iran agree to form joint border management committee to oversee 900 km border issues

QUETTA: Pakistan and Iran have decided to constitute a joint committee to oversee its 900 km long border to stop human trafficking and drug smuggling.

 

As per details, the decision was taken in the meeting between CM Baluchistan Sana Ullah Zahri and Governor of the Iranian province of Sistan Baluchestan Aaqai Ali Osat Hashemi.

 

Iranian Governor with his delegation met with CM Baluchistan. Both dignitaries exchanged views to enhance cooperation in energy sector between two countries. CM Baluchistan said that Gwadar Chabahar Memorandum of Understanding will be implemented in letter and spirit.

 

He further added that 70 megawatt electricity is being provided to Makran Zone by Iran while work is under process for provision of 1000 megawatt electricity to Pakistan.

 

Iranian Governor said that Iran is ready to cooperate with Pakistan to overcome energy crisis.