MoU signed to enhance Pakistan and Iran Maritime cooperation


A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed by Pakistan and Iran to enhance Maritime cooperation.

According to the media reports, the Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) and the Iranian border guards during the visit of Secretary Defence, Lt.Gen (Retd) Hamooduz Zaman to Iran today (Monday, June 19).

The MoU will strengthen relations between PMSA and Iranian border guards and the Pakistan and Iran Maritime Cooperation.

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The Secretary of Defence was welcomed by the Iranian Deputy Defence Minister upon arrival in Tehran. The Iranian Deputy Defence Minister expressed best wishes for Pakistan’s political and military leadership during the interaction.

The Secretary of Defence emphasized the importance of bilateral relations between Pakistan and Iran. He also expressed the hope that bilateral relations will continue to evolve on principles of mutual respect and shared common interests.

During talks, both sides aimed to further enhance the collaboration in various areas of common interest including security, joint counter-terrorism measures, and ensuring regional economic connectivity.

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