Pak-Iran Economic Commission meets in Islamabad today
Discussion on bilateral trade and cooperation in investment industries, education, culture and tourism is on the agenda.
The two-day 19th session of Pakistan-Iran Joint Economic Commission will begin in Islamabad today.
The session will jointly be chaired by Finance Minister Ishaq Dar and his Iranian counterpart.
A meeting between two finance ministers will precede the session to set momentum for the meeting, which will discuss issues of cooperation between Pakistan and Iran, including trade, economy, investment, industries, education, culture and tourism.
Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has already directed the ministries concerned to finalise their proposals for discussion encompassing all related aspects.