PM for timely completion of CASA-1000


The prime minister, during a meeting with Tajikistan’s President Emomali Rahmon, expressed Pakistan’s resolve for the timely completion of the important CASA-1000 power project, aimed at the transmission of electricity from the Central Asian state.

The two leaders held wide-ranging talks covering all aspects of mutually beneficial bilateral cooperation including regional and international issues.

The prime minister emphasised the expansion of cooperation in the field of road transportation and underscored the importance of connectivity.

He underlined Pakistan’s readiness to facilitate the provision of access to Gwadar and Karachi to Tajikistan.

President Rahmon extended profound sympathies and condolences over the loss of human lives and devastation caused by the floods in Pakistan and assured of Tajikistan’s full support in the efforts for relief and rehabilitation of the affected people.

PM Sharif thanked Tajikistan for its support to the flood-affected people in Pakistan and shared details of the devastation caused by the massive floods, induced by climate change.

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