TEHRAN - Pakistan and Iran on Monday signed a security agreement aimed at boosting anti-terror cooperation, reported a private TV channel.
The agreement also provides for exchange of information regarding illegal immigrants. Both ministers also agreed to launch an operation against IEDs and fake travel documents.
In order to implement the agreement, Pakistan and Iran will establish a working group. Both the sides also agreed to adopt a common strategy for minimising security violations on Pak-Iran border.
On this occasion, Malik said Iran was facing one Jundullah whereas Pakistan is facing a number of Jundullahs. Besides courtesy call on Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Interior Minister, during his two-day visit will discuss measures with the Iranian authorities to strengthen trade and business between the two countries.