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Tajikistan can boost trade through Gwadar, CPEC: Alvi

8 hours agoOur Staff Reporter
Tajikistan can boost trade through Gwadar, CPEC: Alvi

ISLAMABAD - President Dr Arif Alvi has underlined the need for enhanced engagements with Tajikistan in the areas of trade, defence, energy, tourism and culture.

Talking to the visiting Defence Minister of Tajikistan, Col Gen Sherali Mirzo, who called on him, at Aiwan-e-Sadr, on Wednesday, the president attached great importance to Pakistan’s relations with Tajikistan.

The President emphasised the need for exchanging economic and cultural delegations to expand the volume of bilateral trade as well as cement cultural linkages between the two sides. He added that Gwadar port and CPEC offered enormous opportunities to regional countries and Tajikistan, in this regard, could benefit of the emerging opportunities by exporting its goods to foreign countries through the Gwadar port. He expressed the hope that the continued interactions between military and defence leadership of the two countries at the higher levels would further expand military cooperation.

The President also highlighted the brutalities being committed against the Muslims of IIOJK. He said that India was involved in a hybrid war against Pakistan by using the soil of Afghanistan and supporting militants to carry out terrorist activities in Pakistan. Regarding Afghanistan, the President said that Pakistan was making sincere efforts to promote peace and reconciliation in Afghanistan as a peaceful and prosperous Afghanistan was not only in the interest of Pakistan but also of the entire region. Colonel General Sherali Mirzo emphasized the need for further promoting military and defence relations for the mutual benefit of the two countries.

 He thanked the government of Pakistan for extending a warm welcome and hospitality during his stay in Pakistan


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