Pak envoy calls on Governor Western Australia


Staff Reporter

The High Commissioner for Pakistan, Babar Amin, called on Kim Beazley, AC, the Governor of Western Australia at the Government House, Perth.
According to a press release issued here on Thursday, the High Commissioner stated that the relations between Pakistan and Australia were on the upward trajectory. He underscored that the people to people contacts between Pakistan and Australia were very strong and cricket had also played an important role in bringing our people closer.
Mr. Babar Amin emphasized the need for increasing interactions and evolving mechanisms for the regular exchange of views for promotion of bilateral cooperation in all spheres of life including trade and economic cooperation etc., at the State level.
The Governor appreciated the historically friendly relations between Australia and Pakistan and hoped that the relations would grow further. He recalled his fond memories of the University of Oxford when Prime Minister Imran Khan used to play cricket for the University. Concurring with High Commissioner on the need to strengthen State level ties, the Governor stated that he would convey to the government of Western Australia, Pakistan’s desire to deepentrade, economic, scientific and educational relations.

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