Pakistan and Iran today agreed not to let their territories be used for terrorism against each other as the two neighbouring countries signed an MoU to improve border security management. Pakistan shares a 900-kilometre-long border with Iran.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed during the 21st two-day meeting of Pakistan-Iran Joint Border Commission in the port city of Gwadar in Balochistan province.
The joint proposals pertaining to border situation, security matters, immigration and border trade between the two countries were discussed. The meeting expressed firm determination to check drugs smuggling, intrusion of illegal immigrants and not let use of their respective soils for terrorism against each other.