Khattak, Iranian envoy discuss Pak-Iran trade
Chief Minister says the two countries have already agreed to enhance trade volume up to $500 billion.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak says the provincial government will make all out efforts to facilitate trade with Iran.
Talking to Acting Consul General of Iran, Homayoun Amirkhalili in Peshawar, he said the province carries great potential both for local and foreign investors particularly in energy production, mineral and tourism sectors.
The Chief Minister said the state of security has now improved considerably in the province.
On this occasion, the Iranian Consul General said the central leadership of the two countries has already agreed to enhance trade volume up to five hundred billion dollars.