a top-ranking delegation for two days, President Rouhani is scheduled
to meet Pakistani prime minister and president and address the meetings
of elites, business people and religious scholars.
Zangeneh, five ministers, governor of the Central Bank, governor
general of Sistan-va-Baluchetan province, chairman of Iran Chamber of
commerce, and about 50 Iranian traders and inudstrialists build up the
president's entourage while a number of MoUs and agreements are expected
to be signed between the officials of the two neighboring countries.
and Islamabad are working on launching the gas pipeline which will meet
Pakistan's energy needs. Iran has finished laying the pipeline to up to
the border and Pakistan is in negotiations with financers to complete
its part .