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Publish Date: 15:08 - 25 November 2013
Tehran, YJC. Pakistan PM’s consultant is going to visit Iran for talks on the Peace pipeline.

Fars news agency reports that Sartaj Aziz, consultant to the Prime Minister of Pakistan, is going to visit Tehran on Monday for a number of meetings.

Aziz will be attending the 21st meeting of the ECO Ministers Council, as well as visiting the president of the Islamic Republic of Iran Hassan Rouhani and a number of other officials.

The ECO meeting has started on Sunday November 24 and will be over on November 26.

Reports say that the Minister of Oil and Natural Resources of Pakistan will be accompanying Aziz.

The Pakistani delegation will discuss the price for gas exported from Iran, as well as the postponement of the operation of the Peace pipeline.

Pakistani officials have expressed hope that they will come to terms with Iran in finalizing the Peace pipeline project.

Their attempts seem more vigorous than before since Iran made a deal with the West on its nuclear program on Sunday.

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