- Qatar to supply three million tonnes of LNG for ten years
- PM Imran Khan oversees the signing of the settlement
- Qatar official assured of accord boosting bilateral ties
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Qatar Friday signed a ten-year Liquified Nitrogen Gasoline (LNG) settlement following which Doha will present Islamabad three million tons of the fuel for ten years.
In keeping with Radio Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan witnessed the signing ceremony of the settlement. In the meantime, Qatari Vitality Minister Saad Sherida al-Kaabi termed the LNG settlement historic for each international locations.
The vitality minister, in line with the publication, was assured that the accord would result in the promotion of cooperation between the 2 international locations.
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Equally, Particular Assistant to PM on Petroleum Nadeem Babar mentioned the brand new settlement signed with Qatar was supportive and met the nation’s wants.
“The agreement is a start of a new era and [will] take the bilateral relations between the two countries to new heights,” the particular assistant mentioned.