Iran-Pakistan 'peace pipeline' deal

Al Jazeera speaks to expert on deal to build gas pipeline.

    Iran and Pakistan have signed a $7.5bn deal to build a pipeline that will transport massive quantities of natural gas between the two countries.

    Dubbed the "peace pipeline", the deal is expected to significantly improve ties between the countries.  

    Al Jazeera spoke to Reza Amanat, a energy markets reporter, about the deal and how it will affect relations between Pakistan and Iran.  

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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