Iranian, Pakistani FMs call for finalizing IP gas pipeline

During the meeting in New York on Monday, the two sides discussed the lasted developments of the West Asia, Afghanistan and Iran-G5+1 talks as well as mutual cooperation between the two countries.


SHAFAQNA- New York, Sept 23– Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and his Pakistani counterpart Hanna Rabbani in a meeting in New York underlined the need for finalizing Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline and security of borders.



According to IRNA, the Iranian and Pakistani foreign minister also underlined the need for increasing the trade transactions volume and strengthening cooperation between the two countries’ trade ministries and their interior ministries to increase the security of the borders to prevent drug trafficking, illegal trespassing and activities of the terrorist groups.



Zarif is in New York to take part in the new round of negotiations between Iran and the Group 5+1.




Iranian President Hassan Rohani is also in New York to attend the annual meeting of the UN General Assembly.


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