Iran and Pakistan discuss trade between border provinces
TEHRAN, Iran, Sept.18
Iran's Consul General in Quetta (Pakistan) and spokesman for the Balochistan Province in Pakistan have touched upon ways to develop cultural, social and economic relations between the two countries, Trend reports via IRNA.
The sides have discussed the economic times and possible mutual efforts to confront the COVID-19 disease.
The two sides have insisted on expanding cultural relations between Iran's Sistan and Baluchestan and Pakistan's Balochistan border provinces.
The officials have also discussed the development of the border markets and cooperation to fight COVID-19 spread.
Two sides have emphasized on increase of cultural interactions between educational organizations in Iranian and Pakistani border provinces and holding Persian and Urdu language courses in universities.
Iran's Consul General recently visited Persian Language department in Balochistan University and reviewed the capacities for cultural and trainings between students and professors in border provinces.