Speaking to IRNA, Abravesh said that international scholarships, IELTS exams and cultural issues were among topics discussed by both sides.
Accordingly, students whose families are living at both sides of Rimdan border and in a particular way hold dual citizenships of both countries of Iran and Pakistan will receive scholarships, he added.
Noting that several universities in Karachi are offering Persian language courses, the Iranian official said that those Pakistani students who can speak Persian will receive scholarships for the next couple of years.
Abravesh stressed Chabahar and Karachi universities’ mutual capacities for establishing cooperation in animation, petrochemical, IT, steel and tourism fields.
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