PM, Uzbek president categorical satisfaction over bilateral relations


Prime Minister Imran Khan throughout a telephonic dialog with President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev on Friday mentioned bilateral relations between Pakistan and Uzbekistan and expressed satisfaction over their tempo and momentum.

The Pakistani premier highlighted the significance of realising the nations’ full potential in numerous areas to achieve frequent targets and goals.

PM Imran additionally emphasised the necessity for enhancing bilateral financial relations by an early conclusion of a Preferential Trade Agreement between the nations.

PM Imran hoped that peace and stability in Afghanistan would assist advance the connectivity agenda, and subsequently result in regional prosperity.

He reiterated Pakistan’s sturdy dedication to the well timed completion of the Trans-Afghan railway mission.

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The Uzbek president accepted PM Imran’s invitation to go to Pakistan, which can help in additional boosting current bilateral cooperation in varied fields, together with financial and commerce relations, between the 2 nations.

Earlier this month Pakistan and Uzbekistan signed a historic protocol to ascertain a multifaceted Joint Security Commission (JSC) that may assist in unveiling the geo-economic paradigm shift within the area, the National Security Adviser (NSA) Dr Moeed Yusuf mentioned.

The protocol lined wide-ranging security-related issues of mutual curiosity and would set up a coordination mechanism between Pakistan’s National Security Division and the Security Council of Uzbekistan underneath their respective heads

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