MNA – Pakistan’s Ambassador to Iran Riffat Masood said Tue. her country is planning to develop commercial, energy, and transportation projects with the member states of Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO).
Riffat Masood made the remarks among the reporters on the sidelines of a meeting of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) in Tehran on Tuesday.
Mrs. Riffat Masood said that relations between Pakistan, Iran, Turkey as the three founding states of the ECO are highly regarded.
She added “therefore, we are going to have broader relations with other ECO-countries.”
“Among other things, Pakistan will cooperate with other ECO members in transport, trade, tourism and energy projects.”
The Pakistani ambassador expressed hope that cooperation among ECO member states would increase.
She also told Merh News (MNA) correspondent that “we intend to define and operate many regional cooperation projects within the framework of ECO, which will benefit all member countries.”
She further noted that “the more economic projects are developed between ECO countries, the more the people of the region will benefit.”