QUETTA: Pakistan and Iran have agreed to enhance border security by installing latest vigilance equipment.
They signed five MoUs in connection with border activities after three-day meetings of Pakistan-Iran Joint Border Commission in Quetta.
They agreed that terrorists would not be allowed to use their soils for attacks on each other’s country.
Pak-Iran also agreed to establish border markets at Gabd Gwadar, Taftan, Panjgur, Washuk and Mand.
Establishing a rail-link between Gwadar and Chahbahar also featured in the talks.
The Deputy Governor of Sistan-Balochistan Ali Asghar Mir Shekari said the proposed rail-link between Gwadar and Chahbahar would provide Pakistan access up to Europe.