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President Alvi emphasises sustained engagement with US

 US Ambassador Donald Armin Blome presents his credentials to President Dr Arif Alvi. Photograph: President’s Secretariat 

ISLAMABAD: The newly appointed envoys of america of America (USA), Turkiye, Australia, European Union (EU), Bhutan, and Sudan introduced their credentials to President Dr Arif Alvi in a ceremony on the Aiwan-e-Sadr.

Following the presentation of the credentials, US Ambassador Donald Armin Blome, Turkish Ambassador Dr Mehmet Pacaci, Australian Excessive Commissioner Neil Hawkins, EU Ambassador Riina Kionka, Sudanese Ambassador Salih Mohamed Ahmed Mohamed Siddig, and non-resident Ambassador of Bhutan Rinchen Kuentsyl individually referred to as on the president.

Speaking to the US ambassador, the president emphasised {that a} constructive and sustained engagement between the 2 nations on the ideas of mutual respect and mutual curiosity was very important to advertise peace, improvement and safety within the area.

He mentioned that this yr would mark the seventy fifth anniversary of the institution of Pak-USA diplomatic ties which might be celebrated befittingly.

The president famous that there had been a wholesome momentum of engagement between Pakistan and the USA by dialogues on the local weather change, well being, power, Commerce and Funding Framework Settlement (TIFA).

“We encourage US corporations to put money into Pakistan and reap dividends from the profitable advantages provided by Pakistan’s particular financial zones”, he mentioned.

President Alvi highlighted that Pakistan was actively concerned in engagement with its diaspora within the USA within the tech sector and was desirous of extra tech sector investments from the US corporations.

Speaking to the Turkish ambassador, the president famous with satisfaction the convergence between the 2 nations on important points, together with Kashmir, Northern Cyprus, Islamophobia, and Afghanistan.

He mentioned that each nations would rejoice the seventy fifth anniversary of the institution of diplomatic relations between the 2 brotherly nations, on November 30, this yr.

He additional underlined that Pakistan remained dedicated to furthering bilateral commerce and funding ties with Turkiye.

In a gathering with the Australian excessive commissioner, the president mentioned that Pakistan provided enticing funding alternatives in numerous sectors.

“The Australian corporations can put money into infrastructure improvement, agriculture, renewable power, mining, manufacturing, water and waste administration”, the president mentioned.

He said that Pakistan provided a big pool of extremely expert human assets in lots of areas with professionals certified from prime Pakistani and Western Universities.

He additionally expressed satisfaction over the ample instructional alternatives being provided in Australia for Pakistani college students.

Speaking to the EU ambassador, the president said that Pakistan valued its relations with the regional bloc and was happy that Pak-EU relations have been shifting in a optimistic path in all spheres of coordination.

“Financial and commerce ties are the important thing characteristic of Pakistan and EU multidimensional relationship”, the president mentioned.

He highlighted that GSP+ had been a mutually useful scheme and had performed an vital function within the growth of Pak-EU bilateral commerce.

He additional mentioned that Pakistan noticed the GSP+ scheme as a constructive engagement for the betterment of its financial system and selling its financial agenda.

Speaking to the Sudanese ambassador, the president appreciated the traditionally fraternal ties, bilateral cooperation, and coordination at OIC and UN between the 2 nations.

In a gathering with non-resident ambassador of Bhutan, the president mentioned that Pakistan took immense satisfaction in its wealthy Buddhist heritage.

“Pakistan is dwelling to the second most sacred website in Buddhism in Swat, which is the birthplace of Guru Padmasambhawa (higher often known as the second Buddha)”, he highlighted.

The president mentioned that Pakistan would welcome non secular tourism from Bhutan, which might assist promote people-to-people contact between the 2 nations.

He reassured the ambassador that Pakistan would proceed to help Bhutan within the improvement of its human assets by providing programs in Pakistan’s skilled establishments. President Alvi congratulated the envoys on their appointments and expressed the hope that they’d make efforts to additional broaden bilateral relations with Pakistan in numerous fields.

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