A joint border meeting between Pakistan and Iran was held on Wednesday at Mir Jawa, a border city in Iran. The meeting aimed to address various issues related to the Mir Jawa-Taftan border, which is the main crossing point between the two countries.
The Pakistani delegation was led by Abdul Qadir Memon, the Chief Collector of Baluchistan, and included officials from customs, immigration, foreign affairs, banking and trade sectors. The Iranian delegation was headed by Javed Haideri, the Director General of Transit and International Transport Department at the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development.
The two sides discussed matters pertaining to transport problems, public movement, trade facilitation and trade enhancement in the border area. They also exchanged views on topics such as railway, banking, visa, import and export.
The meeting was held in a cordial and constructive atmosphere, with both sides expressing their willingness to cooperate and resolve the outstanding issues. They agreed to hold regular meetings and consultations to further strengthen their bilateral relations.