Foreign Minister of Tajikistan calls on PM Imran
ISLAMABAD, MAR 21 /DNA/ – Prime Minister Imran Khan held a bilateral meeting with the Foreign Minister of Tajikistan, Sirojiddin Muhriddin, today in Islamabad on the sidelines of 48th Session of OIC-CFM. He expressed satisfaction on growing bilateral cooperation in all spheres of mutual interest.
The Prime Minister felicitated the Foreign Minister on the 30th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations between Pakistan and Tajikistan. The Prime Minister recalled his official visit to Dushanbe in September 2021 and expressed satisfaction on the implementation of the decisions taken during the visit. The Prime Minister stressed the importance of early conclusion of transit trade agreement between the two countries to enhance trade and economic linkages.
The Prime Minister reiterated his desire to comprehensively upgrade bilateral cooperation including in the fields of economy, trade, energy, connectivity and investment. He also elaborated Pakistan’s enhanced engagement with Central Asia under “Vision Central Asia” policy and reiterated commitment for timely completion of CASA-1000 power project.
The Prime Minister underscored Pakistan’s consistent support for the efforts for sustainable peace and provision of humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan. Emphasizing the importance of lasting peace and stability in the country for regional prosperity, the Prime Minister underscored the key role of neighbouring countries in this respect. The Prime Minister stressed that a peaceful, stable, prosperous and connected Afghanistan was in everyone’s interest.
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