Pakistan and Iran formally open Pishin Mand border crossing point today (Wednesday).
The Pishin Mand Crossing Point situated adjacent to Kech district in Balochistan.
Pakistan and Iran formally open Pishin Mand border crossing point
Formal opening of this third border crossing point will strengthen their trade and economic relations.
Minister for Defence Production, Zubaida Jalal and Iranian Minister for Road and Urban Development Muhammad Islami attended the event.
While addressing the event, Minister for Defence Production Zubaida Jalal noted it as historic step.
She called it historic step for Pakistan and Iran and for the people of Balochistan in particular.
Furthermore, she also noted strengthening relations between the both countries under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan.
She said the border crossing will prove a milestone in providing employment and trade benefits to the residents of the area.
These border crossings will not only help boost bilateral trade between the two Muslim neighbouring countries, but also promote tourism in the area.
Currently, Foreign Minister is visiting Iran. He has held meetings with the high officials of Iran in Tehran.
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