Pakistan, Malaysian FMs vow to strengthen bilateral ties
ISLAMABAD, MAR 15 /DNA/ – Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi held a telephone discussion with his Malaysian counterpart YB DATO’ SRI Saifuddin Abdulla. The two Foreign Ministers exchanged views on a wide range of issues of mutual interest including bilateral ties covering political, trade and economic matters, as well as cooperation at the multilateral fora.
Acknowledging the long history of close cooperation between both brotherly countries, the Ministers reaffirmed the commitment to strengthen the partnership.
The two Foreign Ministers agreed on keeping the positive momentum in the political relations, deepening mutually beneficial trade and economic ties, expanding cultural relations, promoting tourism and people-to-people exchanges. They also agreed to remain engaged on issues of common interest, both bilateral and multilateral.
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