PM for intensified trade, connectivity coop between Pakistan, Kazakhstan


Prime Minister Imran Khan Tuesday, while recalling Pakistan’s ‘Vision Central Asia’ policy, underscored the need to intensify cooperation in enhancing trade and connectivity between Pakistan and Kazakhstan.

The prime minister said this in a meeting with Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan Mukhtar Tileuberdi, here on the sidelines of the 48th Session of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation’s Council of Foreign Ministers.

During the meeting, they discussed the bilateral relations as well as regional and international issues. Views were exchanged on various regional and international issues, including Afghanistan.

The prime minister recalled his meeting with President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev on the sidelines of the SCO Summit in September 2021.

Foreign Minister Tileuberdi briefed the prime minister on the developments in Kazakhstan and its bilateral cooperation with Pakistan.

The prime minister reaffirmed Pakistan’s commitment to continue enhancing cooperation between the two countries in all areas of mutual interest, including at regional and international forums like the United Nations, OIC, Shanghai Cooperation Organization and Economic Cooperation Organization.—APP

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