FM Qureshi Says Afghan, Kashmir issues discusses with Romanian PM


ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Monday met Romanian Prime Minister Nicolae Ciuca and talked about with him two-sided matters, the circumstance in Afghanistan and basic freedoms infringement in India-held Kashmir.

On his landing in the PM Office, For­eign Minister Qureshi was rece­ived by Romanian Chief of Protocol.

The unfamiliar priest passed on great wishes from Prime Minister Imran Khan and featured notable and heartfelt ties between the two nations.

He let the Romanian chief know that Pakistan wanted to set up wide based and result-situated relations with his nation and the current improvement of respective relations showed the vision of the authority of the two nations.

The unfamiliar clergyman praised the counter Covid measures taken by Romania and expressed gratitude toward the Romanian PM for giving 500,000 portions of against Covid antibodies to Pakistan by his administration.

State leader Nicolae Ciuca app­reciated the job of Pakistan with regards to Afghanistan especially for clearing of Romanian residents.

Examining the local and global issues, the unfamiliar priest featured the denials of basic freedoms by India in held Kashmir and the circumstance in Afghanistan.

He likewise liked Romania’s backing to Pakistan in acquiring the GSP-in addition to status.

Afterward, talking at a joint public interview with his Romanian partner, Bogdan Aurescu, the unfamiliar clergyman said that an enormous potential existed for Romanian financial backers in advancing reciprocal exchange ties as well as from possibilities of Pakistan being the center point of products to Central Asia as new business sectors were currently being opened up for the world.

Mr Qureshi asked Romanian financial backers and money managers to benefit of the tremendous exchange and venture valuable open doors presented by Pakistan.

Alluding to consenting to of an arrangement between offices of the two nations, the unfamiliar priest said it would open new roads for the corporate and private areas. The private area would be a main thrust in developing reciprocal exchange ties between the two nations.

Prior, Pakistan and Romania marked a Memorandum of Understan­ding (MoU) to improve two-sided collaboration between exchange bodies just as for arrangement of instructive grants to Pakistani understudies.

A MoU was endorsed between the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) and the Romanian Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

Unfamiliar Minister Qureshi and Romanian Minister for Economy Florin Spataru saw the marking function.

The record was endorsed by Pakistan’s Ambassador in Romania Dr Zafar Iqbal.

The two nations named the MoU indispensable for advancement of reciprocal exchange and trade.

In one more function held at the Romanian unfamiliar service, a MoU was finished paperwork for the arrangement of instructive grants to Pakistani understudies by Bucharest Polytechnical University.

Representative Dr Zafar Iqbal marked the MoU from the Pakistani side while University Rector Mihnea Cosmin Costoiu addressed Romania.

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