PM leaves for Astana today to attend CICA Summit

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Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif participates in the 6th Summit of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia being held in Astana, Kazakhstan from today.

He will be accompanied by members of the Cabinet and senior officials in the two days conference.

The Prime Minister will address the plenary meeting of CICA on Thursday.

He will elaborate upon the significance of CICA as a unique forum for promoting interaction, understanding and collaboration amongst countries across Asia to address common challenges.

The Prime Minister will also highlight Pakistan’s perspective on regional and global issues.

On the sidelines of the Summit, the Prime Minister will hold bilateral meetings with the leaders of various CICA Member States aimed at fostering greater cooperation, particularly in the fields of trade, investment and energy.

CICA is an intergovernmental process comprising 27 countries from all across Asia. Established in 1992, it focuses on promoting peace, security and socio-economic development in the Asian continent. Pakistan is one of its founding members. CICA offers an invaluable platform for advancing the objectives of regional stability and prosperity through dialogue and win-win cooperation.

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