Ambassador of Iran to Pakistan Reza Amiri-Moghaddam called on Punjab Governor Muhammad Baligh ur Rehman in Lahore today.
Matters of mutual interest including education, culture, trade and extension of bilateral trade were discussed during the meeting.
Speaking on the occasion, the Punjab Governor Muhammad Baligh ur Rehman said that there are ample opportunities in various sectors for extension of bilateral relations between two countries.
He said that facilitates of foreign direct investment is being provided to investors in export processing zones made under China Pakistan Economic Corridor CPEC. He urged Iranian investors for investment in these export processing zones.
He said in recent past Pakistani Prime Minister and Iranian President visited borders markets which conveyed good message to both of nations.
He also stressed for exchange of students and experts delegations to strengthen bilateral relations. As Chancellor of universities in Punjab province, he invited Iranian students to enroll in Pakistani universities.
He said that both the countries have joint culture and literature and Allama Iqbal has huge respect in Iran. He said that the teachings of Jalaluddin Rumi and Saadi are beacons of touch for us.
Ambassador of Iran to Pakistan Reza Amiri-Moghaddam said that said Pakistan and Iran are tied in the bonds of deep religious, cultural and linguistic ties.
He said that Pakistan and Iran can strengthen relations in the field of medical and tourism.
He said that Iran can partner with Pakistan in the energy sector.