Reza Amiri Moghaddam met and held talks with Shamshad Akhtar in Islamabad on Wednesday, Associate Press of Pakistan reported.
According to a press statement issued by the Pakistani finance ministry, the discussion focused on fortifying the existing ties between the two nations and delving into opportunities for future economic partnership.
Both sides reaffirmed their dedication to boosting mutual cooperation and nurturing economic advancement, the statement added.
Akhtar stressed the importance of bilateral relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran and the necessity of strengthening cooperation in the areas of investment, economy, and border trade.
The 21st session of the Iran-Pakistan Joint Economic Commission was held last summer in Islamabad, and it is planned that the next round of the Joint Economic Commission will be held in Tehran.