New York (PPI) - President Asif Ali Zardari says Pakistan is looking forward to work closely with Iran to promote peace and stability in the region. He said this in talks with Iranian President Ahmedinejad on sidelines of UN General Assembly session in New York. They discussed bilateral relations, upcoming trilateral Afghanistan, Iran and Pakistan Summit in Islamabad and Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project. President Zardari emphasised the need to upgrade bilateral commercial ties between the two countries and further improve rail and road networks. Ahmedinejad appreciated Pakistans efforts in the rehabilitation of Internally Displaced Persons in Swat and Malakand. Chief Executive Officer of General Electric Jeff Immelt called on the President and discussed prospects of exploiting different sources of power generation and building a fast track railway line for transportation of goods. He said his company is keen to invest in wind energy projects in Pakistan. During meeting with CEO of National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations Magnus Bocker, they discussed prospects of improving financial situation and trade in Pakistan. President Zardari also met members of UN Inquiry Commission investigating into assassination of Benazir Bhutto Shaheed. He said purpose of requesting the UN to investigate was to lay bare circumstances that led to her assassination which could lead to exposure of the planners.