Islamabad (IP) – Head of the Iran-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship Group said that Tehran and Islamabad had agreed upon Tehran's proposal to form the tripartite Iran-Pakistan-China Parliamentary Friendship Group.

Iran PressAsia: In an interview with Iran Press News Agency about the focus of consultations of the Iran-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship Group in Islamabad, Ahmad Amirabadi-Farahani stated: "The formation of the Iran-Pakistan-China Parliamentary Friendship Triangle will strengthen relations and expand parliamentary cooperation."

He said the Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline implementation was reviewed, and the deputy speaker of the Pakistani Parliament is due to consult with the Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and relevant ministers.

Amirabadi-Farahani noted that border security was also discussed during the meeting, and ensuring border security was emphasized.

He pointed out that the two sides also urged establishing border markets and strengthening economic exchanges.

Members of the Iran-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship Group arrived in Islamabad on Monday for a three-day visit to discuss strengthening bilateral relations and parliamentary cooperation.


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