Pakistan, Iran Discuss Cooperation in Petroleum Sector
Pakistan and Iran Wednesday agreed to enhance cooperation in petroleum sector, saying the cooperation will benefit the two countries, reported the official Iranian news agency (IRNA).
Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council Hassan Rowhani, in a meeting with Pakistan's Petroleum Minister Usman Aminuddin,
discussed various petroleum projects and underlined the need for early completion of the proposed projects, said the agency.
The Pakistani Minister called for cooperation in all fields, especially petroleum, trade and economy.
About the proposed Pak-Iran oil refinery project in Pakistan's southern Balochistan province, he
said the project will benefit the two countries.
Usman Aminuddin said the refinery is not only economically beneficial for Pakistan and Iran but will also strengthen the security along the border – Albawaba.com
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