Norwegian envoy calls on PM Pakistan-origin Norwegians building strong relations between two countries: PM

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Zubair Qureshi

Ambassador of Norway, Per Albert Ilsaas, called on the Prime Minister, on Wednesday and discussed collaboration in bilateral business and economic cooperation.

While talking to the Norwegian ambassador, Prime MinistervImran Khan said Pakistan and Norway had excellent relations and Norwegians of Pakistani origin formed a strong bridge between the two countries.

He agreed there was potential for increased collaboration in political, economic and other areas of mutual interest.

Referring to Norwegian company Telenor, the Prime Minister said that Pakistan-Norway economic relations were growing.

Ambassador of Norway extended greetings on behalf of the Norwegian Prime Minister.

He felicitated the Prime Minister on successful holding of the 17th Extraordinary Session of Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Council of Foreign Ministers (OIC-CFM).

The Prime Minister extended an invitation to the Norwegian Prime Minister to undertake a visit to Pakistan at his earliest convenience.

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