In a major development to boost security in the border areas, Pakistan and Iran on Thursday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on prevention of smuggling of oil, drugs, arms and humans.
It came during the 22nd three-day Joint Border Session of Pakistan and Iran held in the Iranian province of Zahedan, where several agreements regarding strengthening security in the border areas to prevent illegal movement were inked.
Balochistan Chief Secretary Dr Akhtar Nazir led the Pakistani delegation while Sistan-Baluchestan Deputy Governor General for Security Affairs Mohammad Hadi Mar’ashi represented the Iranian side.

Source: Express Tribune


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