Tesori made the remarks in a meeting with Iran’s consular general in Karachi Hassan Nourian.
He stressed taking practical steps to promote economic relations.
Karachi, as the state capital and trade center of Pakistan, will benefit significantly from Iran’s partnership, he said offering readiness to cooperate with Iranian companies in this regard.
Meanwhile, Nourian said that opening two new border crossings between the two countries over the past two years indicates the firm determination of the Iranian and Pakistani officials to increase the volume of bilateral trade and facilitate business.
He added that Iran-Pakistan special trade exhibition will be held in Karachi soon, which will be a new opportunity for businessmen and the private sectors of the two countries for using each other’s capacities.
The two sides reviewed the latest developments related to bilateral relations, including provincial interactions and the achievements made during the recent visit of the high-level Iranian economic delegation to Karachi, as well as holding the first meeting of the joint commercial council of the two countries.
They also discussed developing border markets of Iran and Pakistan on a large scale aiming to meet the mutual needs of the two countries.
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