Credit of Iran Nuclear Pact goes to moderates in power corridors of Iran

November 27, 2013

 Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit Baltistan Ch. Muhammad Barjees Tahir has said that credit of Iran Nuclear Pact goes to moderates in power corridors of Iran. This Pact would not only help subside power crisis of Pakistan but also bring about lowering of oil prices in international market. This Pact would help boost construction work on Pak-Iran Gas Pipeline. He said this while talking to a group of journalists in Islamabad.

 

            He termed this as a landmark treaty which would bring about resumption of construction work on strategically important gas pipeline. This would also help improve relations between western countries and Muslim world. He said that Pakistan was already carrying out progress on gas pipeline despite intense western pressure. Pakistan did not bother to US pressure. Slow progress of work was due to financial constraints from bother sides. Now the road for pipeline project has been cleared and international construction companies and financial institutions would take interest in the project. He said that acknowledging the Iranian right to peaceful use of nuclear technology is a wise decision on the part of western world.