Islamabad, Sep 1 (ANI): Iran will start laying the pipeline for gas supply in Pakistan next year, sources have said.
The decision was made on Monday, the first day of three-day talks between officials of the two countries.
The sources said the design of the gas pipelines was discussed in detail on the first day of the meeting.
The project would require 784 kilometres of pipeline, which would cost 1.25 billion dollars, they said.
The Daily Times quoted sources as saying that both sides would also deliberate on issues relating to the project's operational plan in their next meeting.
Pakistan would start receiving gas supply from Iran in 2013. (ANI)