QUETTA: Chief Minister of Balochistan, Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki, held a crucial meeting with the Ambassador of the Republic of Iran, Raza Amiri, on Wednesday. The high-level discussions focused on matters of mutual interest, particularly addressing the challenges faced by the people and trade professionals related to security and trade issues along the Pakistan-Iran border.
During the meeting, both leaders expressed their commitment to resolving existing problems and difficulties. The Caretaker Chief Minister assured that the concerns raised by the Iranian Ambassador would be thoroughly discussed with the federal government, with the active involvement of Balochistan and Sistan businessmen. Steps will be taken to promote trade relations and enhance security measures to facilitate smoother cross-border activities.
This Move Is Aimed At Fostering Stronger Ties
To facilitate communication and understanding, delegations are set to be exchanged between the two countries. This move is aimed at fostering stronger ties and finding effective solutions to the challenges faced by both nations.
In a gesture of goodwill, traditional gifts and souvenirs were exchanged between Caretaker Chief Minister Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki and Ambassador Raza Amiri, symbolizing the shared commitment to strengthen diplomatic relations between Balochistan and the Republic of Iran. The outcome of this meeting is anticipated to contribute positively to the economic and security landscape of the region. Stay tuned for further updates on this developing story.