ISLAMABAD Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that Government will positively pursue early finalisation of feasibility study for import of 1000 MW electricity from Iran to undertake this project as soon as possible. The Prime Minister said that he would call the meeting of all the relevant departments on this project to ensure that the project would be completed on fast track basis. He further said that he would personally supervise expeditious implementation of projects like refurbishment of railway line from Quetta to Taftan and Dalbandin-Noshki Road construction with the assistance of Government of Iran. The Prime Minister was talking to Pakistans Ambassador to Iran MB Abbasi who called on him at the Prime Ministers Secretariat on Friday. The Prime Minister asked the Ambassador to take initiatives for providing improved logistic facilities to Pakistani Zaireen visiting the sacred places in Iran. He also issued an instruction to construct sheds for Zaireen at the designated sites at Taftan border. The Prime Minister also directed the Ambassador to redouble his efforts for creating better understanding between the two countries on issues of mutual concerns. He hoped that during the forthcoming visit of the Iranian Foreign Minister to attend the next session of Joint Ministerial Commission, both sides would take account of whole gamut of bilateral relations and find new avenues of cooperation in their multidimensional relationship.