Pakistan, Iran sign six coop. documents

ISLAMABAD, March 25 (KUNA) — Pakistan and Iran have signed six agreements and memoranda of understanding in federal capital Islamabad for strengthening bilateral cooperation in different fields during the visit of the Iranian President to Pakistan.
The signing ceremony took place after delegation level talks led by Prime Minister of Pakistan Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and the Iranian President.
According to state-owned media, the two countries signed MoUs on Five-Year Strategic Trade Cooperation Plan, for cooperation between Foreign Service Academy of Pakistan and School of International Relations of Iran, on cooperation and information exchange between SECP and Central Insurance of Iran.
The two countries also signed a MoU of cooperation between the Institute for Political and International Studies of Iran and Karachi Council of Foreign Relations. Two other MoUs signed by both the sides included, Health, Research, Training, Medicine and Medical Technology, and Cooperation between Federation of Chambers of Commerce and Industries of both countries.
Earlier in the day, Sharif and the visiting Iranian President have held wide ranging delegation-level talks in Islamabad. (Pick up previous)