Tuesday , March 31 2020

Pakistan, Qatar agree to expand bilateral trade

Islamabad/Doha: Pakistan and Qatar have agreed to expand the bilateral trade and cooperation.

“Qatari Emir also extended his support for Pakistan in diverse fields,” reads the joint statement released after the conclusion of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s two days visit to Qatar.

Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani inivited Prime Minister Imran Khan to visit Qatar. One on one meeting was held with him [Emir] and his Qatari counterpart.

The matter related to bilateral trade, international scenarios, political impacts hugely came under discussion during this high-profile meeting in Doha.

Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Ali Thani also congratulated Imran Khan for assuming office as the prime minister of Pakistan.

Imran Khan also held the meeting with the entrepreneur community, and invited them to take advantage by investing in agriculture, culture, tourism, education and many other sectors of Pakistan.

Imran Khan is reported to have paid gratitude to Al Thanvi for inviting him over to Qatar and help as many as 100,000 Pakistanis give job in Qatar.

Khan also invited Qatari Emir to come and visit Pakistan, which was readily accepted Sheikh Tamim, “The dates of the visit will be decided later between both the countries.”

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