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ISLAMABAD – Pakistan and Iran have agreed to remove all bottlenecks to enhance their bilateral trade, the Radio Pakistan reported.

The agreement came at concluding session of 8th Pak-Iran Joint Trade Committee held in Islamabad.

During the concluding session, an Iranian delegation led by Minister for Industries Reza Rahmani, called on Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce, Razak Dawood to ink the areas of mutual understanding between both sides.

The Adviser assured full cooperation to the Iranian delegation to boost bilateral trade relations by extending all kind of support.

He promised to establish a dedicated desk in the Trade Development Authority of Pakistan in Islamabad to address the prevalent issues forthwith.

Iranian Minister also resolved to make the same arrangement in Iran to enhance the mutual cooperation, appreciating Pakistan’s stance on resolving the bilateral trade issues.