Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan urged the US President Donald Trump on Sunday to lift the sanctions imposed on Iran amid coronavirus outbreak on humanitarian grounds in order to help the nation in fighting against the COVID-19 epidemic.
President of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, the second largest political party in the country said on Saturday that the US sanctions are adding to Iranian people's miseries and demanded the international community to assist Iran in mitigating the common COVID-19 challenge.
Pakistan Foreign Ministry Spokesperson on Thursday said that trade with the Islamic Republic of Iran is going on through joint border under country’s special measures to fight the spread of coronavirus.
Any reservations Afghanistan has with Islamabad should be resolved bilaterally rather than involving the United States, Pakistan’s foreign minister said on Sunday, in reference to part of a joint US-Afghan declaration on peace efforts.
Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mine and Agriculture (TCCIMA) Head Masoud Khansari said that instead of waiting for trade promotion strategies to be devised at the government level, business communities will have to sit together and make collective efforts with a view to further promoting trade and investment cooperation between Iran and Pakistan.
A trade delegation from Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (TCCIMA) in a meeting with its Pakistani counterpart discussed cooperation on economic ties including a free trade agreement (FTA) on some commodities.