Pakistan invitations Kuwait to learn from economic Potential of CPEC

Helen Dunmore

Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Thursday invited Kuwait to learn from the huge and profitable investment opportunities in West Pakistan amid country’s shifting focus to geo-economics with central emphasis on peace, development and property.

Pakistan invitations Kuwait to learn from economic Potential of CPEC
Pakistan invitations Kuwait to learn from economic Potential of CPEC

At a bilateral meeting with government minister and Minister of State for cabinet Affairs of Kuwait Dr Ahmed Nasser Al-Sabah here at the office, government minister Qureshi briefed him on the economic potential of China-Pakistan Economic passageway (CPEC), above all the special economic zones being originated on the route.

During the meeting, the 2 foreign ministers reviewed the complete gamut of bilateral relations, as well as cooperation in political, economic, defence, trade and investment sectors, and personnel export, and mentioned ways in which to reinforce people-to-people linkages between the 2 countries. The resolve to continue collaboration in quadrilateral fora, above all the international organization and also the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), was reaffirmed. Expressing satisfaction at the recently control bilateral political consultations (January 2021), he reiterated the resolve to figure along towards achieving reciprocally in agreement goals.

It was in agreement to convene future session of the joint ministerial commission as presently as attainable. The necessity for facilitating travel between West Pakistan and Kuwait to supply impetus to bilateral trade was additionally emphasized. During this regard, the 2 sides resolved to realize tangible ends up in the close to future.

The government minister of Kuwait appreciated the positive contribution of quite 100 thousand expatriate Pakistanis towards the event of Kuwait. He thanked West Pakistan for support and cooperation throughout the worldwide pandemic, above all within the health sector and food security of Kuwait.

Foreign Minister Qureshi briefed his counterpart on true within the Indian lawlessly Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK), above all the intense human rights violations and tries to vary the demographic structure of the occupied territory. He stressed that peaceful resolution of the Jammu & Kashmir dispute, in accordance with United Nations council resolutions, was indispensable for sturdy peace and security in South Asia. He additionally elaborate Pakistan’s efforts in support of the Afghan social process and stressed that the Afghan parties should seize this historic chance to secure an comprehensive, broad-based and comprehensive political settlement. He reaffirmed Pakistan’s support for all efforts geared toward enhancing commonality and unity at intervals the community.

Later, the visiting personage referred to as on Prime Minister Imran Khan. Reaffirming Pakistan’s long-standing fraternal ties with Kuwait, frozen deep in shared religion and culture, the prime minister underscored the imperative of shaping deeper economic, trade and investment cooperation between the 2 countries. Lauding the efforts on each side to make an increased partnership, he additionally appreciated the 2 countries operating closely to confirm simple travel and enhancing people-to-people linkages.

He expressed thanks for Pakistan’s steadfast support and noted that the 2 countries perpetually stood by one another at troublesome times. He additionally thanked the prime minister for Pakistan’s valuable cooperation, particularly throughout the testing times of world pandemic.

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