Iranian Economy Minister Ali Tayyebnia and Pakistani Trade Minister Khorram-Dastgir met on the sidelines of meeting of Islamic Countries economy and trade ministers in Istanbul today.
The two sides voiced their willingness to boost trade and economic cooperation and the need for paving the grounds for all-out bilateral ties.
Iran and Turkey have been pursuing increasing widening of their ties in various fields in the last two decades. Iran is a main energy supplier to Turkey and Ankara has made huge investments in Iran.
Iran is a main destination of Turkish goods and Turkey is among the top destinations of Iranian tourists and traders.
The two states plan to multiply their trade transactions in the next few years.