Pak, Indonesia need to transform links to trade, travel: Adam

Observer Report

The Indonesian Ambassador, Adam Mulawarman Tugio said, “Indonesia and Pakistan need to transform its historic links to trade and travel”, during a webinar on Indonesia /Pakistan’s Historic Relations and its Future Aspirations, which was organized by Karachi Council on Foreign Relations.

During his address he narrated insight of the history and future aspiration between the two countries.

He said Indonesia-Pakistan built the historic foundation of relations since the beginning of independence of both the countries, that diplomatic relations were established in 1950. Indonesia and Pakistan are the largest Muslim countries in the world in terms of population.

He further elaborated that Mr. Sukarno along with Pakistan and several other leaders of developing countries became the initiators of the Asian-African Conference the forerunner of Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) since then visits have been paid and returned by both country’s leaders.

He shared the vivid picture of mechanism of strengthening the bilateral co-operation and said connectivity was the key to establish healthy geo-economic.

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