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Why fencing Pakistan-Iran border is important and hurdles in it

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Why fencing Pakistan-Iran border is important and hurdles in it

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@Khafee Its 10 tweets copy paste not work correctly if possible by anyone kindly re post it all 10 tweets in sequence

 
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Thanx and check his points ???all valid no wonder they are crying
If you can pls elaborate for our fellow members.
 

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Surprisingly, I see no action from current Pakistani regime, be it political or military side.
EU spend millions of Euros in Bulgaria and Greece border controls, better they shall as well talk with Pakistan for fencing of Iran border.
Fencing Iran border will surely cut down human smuggling to Europe.
 

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Surprisingly, I see no action from current Pakistani regime, be it political or military side.
EU spend millions of Euros in Bulgaria and Greece border controls, better they shall as well talk with Pakistan for fencing of Iran border.
Fencing Iran border will surely cut down human smuggling to Europe.

 

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Fencing Iran border was on table when Bajwa took over and ever since they are not beyond bureaucratic process, which shows they are not serious on matters of national security.
 
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Fencing Iran border was on table when Bajwa took over and ever since they are not beyond bureaucratic process, which shows they are not serious on matters of national security.
For the first time funds are approved and released .
Once the border has been fenced, these bad boys need to be deployed ASAP.

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Army asks Iran to observe principle of non-interference
May 13, 2020
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Army Chief Gen Qamar Bajwa

ISLAMABAD: The army on Tuesday called on Iran to observe principles of “mutual respect, non-interference, and equality” in relations with Pakistan.

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) in a statement on Army Chief Gen Qamar Bajwa’s conversation with Iranian Chief of Staff of Armed Forces Maj Gen Mohammad Baqeri said the Iranian commander was told that Pakistan desires “for regional peace and stability on basis of mutual respect, non-interference and equality”.

Gen Bajwa had called Gen Baqeri on Monday to seek action against Baloch separatists, who have allegedly taken up refuge on Iranian soil. The call was made against the backdrop of Friday attack on a Frontier Corps patrol in restive Balochistan in which six troops were martyred. The Baloch Liberation Army has claimed responsibility for the attack.

Pakistani security agencies believe that over the past few years Iranian intelligence services have forged ties with Baloch separatists to counter Iranian militants, who are allegedly having sanctuaries in Pakistan. This has widened trust deficit between the two countries, making the ethnic Baloch insurgencies on both sides of the border murkier.

“Both commanders resolved to enhance security measures on either side of the border,” the ISPR said.

Pakistan and Iran have in the past agreed on a number of border mechanisms, which improved the border security situation, but occasionally incidents happen that further strain the relations between the uneasy neighbours.

Pakistan is erecting a border fence along the 909km border with Iran to check the movement of militants, smugglers, and other criminals. Last month, the Economic Coordination Committee of the cabinet had allocated Rs3 billion for the construction of fence.

Gen Bajwa emphasised mutual cooperation for tackling cross-border terrorism.

“COAS said that Pakistan has started fencing the border but will require mutual bilateral cooperation to ensure border security and stem smuggling activity which is also used by terrorists and narco traffickers for covering their movement,” the ISPR said.

The two generals also discussed Covid-19 and underscored the need for improving border terminals to deal with the pandemic.

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi had said that Tehran, because of its crumbling health system, pushed nearly 5,000 Pakistanis across the border after the start of the epidemic in Iran.
 

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I read Jan's thread very informative and interesting but money is allocated and work started of this happens it can work in our favour too like more help and assurance from US and GCC and more control over flow even Pak still help local economies with fence.
 

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