Economic relations with Iran
Quetta: Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Abdul Malik said that Pakistan has cultural, economic and brotherly ties with Iran and promotion of trade will boost economic relations on both sides of the border.
Talking to Iranian Ambassador to Pakistan Alireza Haghighian , the chief minister said people on both sides of the Pak-Iran border enjoyed great cultural, economic and blood relations and by providing immigration and trade facilities at Gwadar, Panjgur and Mand areas, the economy on both sides would flourish.
He said economy of people on both sides of the border were interlinked which needed to be promoted.
Accepting the invitation of Iranian ambassador, Dr Baloch said a parliamentary delegation of Balochistan would soon visit Iran to explore possibility of enhancing cooperation in agriculture, trade and other sectors.
The chief minister and the ambassador agreed to appoint focal persons to explore ways to bolster relations between Balochistan and Iran.