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FM Bilawal meets Tajik counterpart, assures Pakistan’s dedication to regional peace

Tajik Overseas Minister Sirojiddin Muhriddin (L) and Pakistan’s Foriegn Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. — Ministry of Overseas Affairs/File

TASHKENT: Overseas Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari held a bilateral assembly together with his Tajik counterpart Sirojiddin Muhriddin on the sidelines of the Council of Overseas Ministers assembly of the Shanghai Cooperation Group (SCO-CFM) in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on Thursday.

In his assembly with Muhriddin, FM Bilawal assured Pakistan’s dedication to regional peace, significantly within the context of Afghnistan.

With regard to Pakistan’s ties with Tajikistan, he reaffirmed the resolve to additional improve bilateral commerce, promote regional connectivity, and strengthen people-to-people hyperlinks between the 2 nations. He laid emphasis on reinvigorating bilateral financial relations by boosting commerce and funding by cooperation in numerous areas and frequent trade of enterprise delegations.

He additional appreciated the shut cooperation between the 2 nations on the multilateral fora together with at SCO and exchanged views on state of affairs in Afghanistan. He underlined Pakistan’s dedication to assist Afghanistan by persevering with reduction efforts and to make sure lasting peace and stability.

Bilawal additionally underscored the necessity for pressing worldwide humanitarian help for the Afghan folks and reiterated Pakistan’s resolve for a peaceable, united, steady and affluent Afghanistan.

Whereas stressing on the significance of highway and vitality connectivity for regional prosperity, the FM Bilawal additionally spoke concerning the want for completion of CASA-1000 energy transmission undertaking on this context.

Each side agreed to proceed staying in touch.

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