ISLAMABAD: President Arif Alvi highlighted the necessity for stronger financial and cultural ties with Bangladesh on Tuesday.
The president was assembly the Pakistani Excessive Commissioner in Bangladesh Imran Ahmad Siddiqui to debate ties between the 2 states.
“Pakistan attaches high value to its relations with Bangladesh,” stated the president, including that Islamabad needed to develop cooperation with Dhaka via political consultations and the Joint Financial Fee discussion board.
President Alvi directed the Pakistani excessive commissioner to work in direction of strengthening ties between the 2 nations. He stated commerce ties, enterprise cooperation and relations between individuals of the 2 nations ought to be elevated for the mutual advantage of the 2 nations.