Iran and Pakistan have opened their third official border crossing with the aim of facilitating business and trade exchanges and creating new job opportunities for their border residents.
Pakistan has decided to reopen its border with Iran seven days a week at four points for trade purposes, a report said.
Pakistan on Saturday reopened its border crossings with Iran after it closed them due to coronavirus outbreak in the region.
TEHRAN (Iran News) – Iran’s Border Guard Commander Guardian Brigadier General Ghasem Rezaie informed on Wednesday that three Iranian soldiers which had been kidnapped in Pakistan border will come back to their country in near future. “We have conducted several rounds of negotiations with Pakistani officials in this regard, which have been satisfactory,” he said. “The […]
TEHRAN (Iran News) – Ali Larijani, Iran’s parliament speaker, said on Monday that Tehran and Islamabad need a closer border security co-op with Pakistan needed at common border areas to avoid potential sabotage acts. Larijani made the remarks on the need for a closer border security co-op with Pakistan, during a meeting with a team of […]