- Pakistan’s Excessive Commissioner to Bangladesh Imran Ahmed Siddiqui had a gathering with Bangladesh’s Overseas Minister Shahriar Alam
- The 2 leaders mentioned issues of mutual pursuits
- The 2 nations agreed to work additional for the promotion of bilateral relations
DHAKA: Pakistan’s Excessive Commissioner to Bangladesh Imran Ahmed Siddiqui known as on the State Minister for Overseas Affairs of Bangladesh Shahriar Alam on Thursday, an official assertion issued on this regard mentioned.
In the course of the assembly, the 2 sides mentioned problems with mutual curiosity between Pakistan and Bangladesh and agreed to work additional for the promotion of bilateral relations.
Pakistan’s Excessive Commissioner handed over a signed copy of the Tripartite Settlement of 1974 to minister Shahriar Alam wherein all of the excellent points between the 2 nations had been addressed.
Envoy Imran Ahmed Siddiqui mentioned that the settlement ought to “serve as a foundation for further strengthening of the existing fraternal relations between the two states,” the assertion learn.
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The Excessive Commissioner additional underlined that to be able to set up productive industrial relations, there was a necessity to handle all non-trade obstacles, including that efforts should be employed to facilitate frequent interplay between the enterprise sectors of the 2 nations.
On this connection, the Excessive Commissioner additional knowledgeable the minister that Pakistan had already eliminated all restrictions on Pakistani visa for Bangladeshi residents.
The 2 sides agreed to accentuate bilateral contacts in any respect ranges.
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