Pakistan committed to IP gas pipeline project, minister assures Iranian envoy
ISLAMABAD, (DNA) – Islamabad is fully committed to implement Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project without any foreign pressure, said Federal Petroleum Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan on Wednesday.
He was speaking to Iranian Ambassador to Pakistan Mehdi Honardoost who called on the minister at his office in Islamabad.
The ambassador congratulated the federal minister on behalf of his Iranian counterpart on assumption of new responsibilities and invited him to visit Iran to work on cooperation in petroleum sector and IP gas pipeline. The minister accepted the invitation to accept Tehran.
The ambassador has drawn the attention of the minister on the exploration of possibilities in energy sector cooperation especially IP gas pipeline.
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