Iran and Pakistan agreed to add two more official border
22 August, 2016
ISLAMABAD: Iran and Pakistan have agreed to add two more official border points to the Iran-Pakistan joint border lines, said Majid Aqa Babaei, the director general of the Iranian Interior Ministry’s Department for Border Affairs.
Mirjaveh has already been the official border entry between the two countries, Majid Aqa Babaei said, noting that Rimadan and Pishin will be also used as exit and entry points between the two neighbouring countries.
Before Rimadan in Chabahar and Pishin in Saravan, Mirjaveh border point was the main crossing point in Iran and Pakistan’s 928-km border, the official said.