Islamabad: Pakistan and Iran have pledged to enhance bilateral relations to grow further in different areas of economy.
Adviser to Prime Minister on Finance & Revenue Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh has said Pakistan wants to enhance brotherly relations with Iran and bilateral trade and investment are the potential areas for furthering this cooperation.
He made this statement while talking to Ambassador of Iran to Pakistan Seyed Mohammad Ali Hosseini who called on the Adviser here at the Finance Division on Tuesday. Both the sides discussed various ways and means to enhance mutual cooperation and enhance bilateral trade and investment ties.
The Adviser referred to recent efforts made by Pakistan as well as statements made by Prime Minister Imran Khan for ensuring regional peace by saying that any escalation of tension was harmful for the regional peace and Pakistan would keep playing its role for any possible facilitation to deescalate the situation.
Ambassador of Iran thanked Pakistan for its support and hoped the bilateral relations between the two countries would further grow in diversified fields, only trade, banking and investment.