Pakistan Seeks Expansion of Mutual Ties

Pakistan Seeks Expansion of Mutual Ties
Pakistan Seeks Expansion of Mutual Ties

Pakistani President Arif Alvi on Thursday said that Pakistan wanted to expand bilateral ties with the Philippines, Iran and Rwanda in the fields of trade, economy, investment, culture, and people-to-people contacts.
The president made the remarks while talking to the ambassadors-designates of the Republic of the Philippines and the Islamic Republic of Iran, and the non-resident high-commissioner-designate of the Republic of Rwanda, who presented their diplomatic credentials to the president and made separate calls on him at Aiwan-e-Sadr presidential palace, UrduPoint reported. 
Speaking to the Iranian ambassador-designate to Pakistan, Reza Amiri Moqaddam, the president highlighted the need to promote economic engagement and mutually beneficial economic exchanges between the two countries through the established institutional mechanisms and private-sector collaborations.
He called for expanding economic ties by strengthening the existing institutional mechanisms, besides making the Border Sustenance Marketplaces functional.
The president felicitated the envoys on their appointments and expressed hope that they would play their role to further increase bilateral cooperation with Pakistan.

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