PM Imran invites Singaporean investors to increase footprints in Pakistan
Prime Minister Imran Khan and his Singaporean counterpart Lee Hsien Loong held a meeting in Davos and discussed bilateral relations.
The two Prime Ministers expressed the desire to further deepen the bilateral ties with a focus on increasing trade and investment.
Referring to the recent improvements in Pakistan’s rankings by different rating agencies, the Prime Minister invited Singaporean businessmen and investors to increase their footprint in Pakistan.
Imran Khan apprised his Singaporean counterpart of the dire human rights and humanitarian situation in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir arising from the illegal and unilateral Indian actions of last August.
Both sides also agreed to enhance cooperation at the multilateral fora.
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