Pakistan wants to enhance cooperation with US: Alvi


President Dr Arif Alvi has said that Pakistan wants to further enhance bilateral cooperation with the United States of America (USA) in various fields, particularly in the areas of trade and economy.

He added that the IT Sector of the country had immense potential and foreign investors needed to capitalize upon the investment-friendly environment of the country and invest in Pakistan’s IT sector.

The President made these remarks during a meeting with the Ambassador-designate of Pakistan to the USA, Sardar Masood Khan, who called on him, at Aiwan-e-Sadr, today.

Talking to the Ambassador-designate, the President stated that the government was focusing on the geo-economics and there was a need to explore further areas of cooperation to enhance bilateral trade and Foreign Direct Investments from the USA.

He said that the Pakistani diaspora in America had the potential to serve as a bridge to increase bilateral economic and commercial relations, in addition to investing in various sectors of Pakistan’s economy, particularly the IT sector.

The President asked the Ambassador to expose the real face of India which was involved in gross human rights violations against the people of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir.

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