Tehran (IP)- Iran's Minister of Industry, Mine and Trade started: "With planning, Iran and Pakistan eagerly intend to increase the volume of transactions to $ 5 billion in the next two years."

Iran PressIran News: In response to Iran Press on the sidelines of the 9th Iran-Pakistan Joint Trade Committee (JTC) meeting, Reza Fatemi-Amin highlighted how the two governments intend to increase their exchanges, adding that conditions must be created so that private companies in Iran and Pakistan can invest. 

"Efforts are made in the next three months to remove the obstacles to expand Iran-Pakistan ties, which intend to cooperate and trade, Fatemi-Amin noted." 

Relations between the two countries should go beyond trade and expand in all areas, and we hope to implement the free trade agreement in the next three months, the Iranian minister underlined. 

Like their perfect political ties, Iran is in full readiness to expand its economic relations with Pakistan.

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Pakistan Prime Minister Advisor for Commerce and Investment Abdul Razak Dawood arrived in Tehran on Friday to attend the 9th Pak-Iran Joint Trade Committee (JTC) meeting in Tehran.

He presides a high-profile Pakistani delegation from the Ministry of Commerce.

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