Pakistan, Tajikistan agree to boost bilateral trade, investment

Pakistan, Tajikistan agree to boost bilateral trade, investment
Pakistan and Tajikistan have agreed to boost bilateral cooperation in different sectors including trade, industry and investment.

According to details, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi held a meeting with his Tajik counterpart Sirojiddin Muhriddin in Moscow on Wednesday.

Both sides agreed to boost bilateral cooperation in different fields of trade, industry, investment, transport, agriculture and tourism.

The FMs of both countries deliberated on peace process in Afghanistan as well. 

Speaking on the occasion, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that Pakistan will continue to play its reconciliatory role for promoting regional peace.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi also apprised his Tajik counterpart over the deteriorating situation in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir. He said that India illegally abrogated Article 370 and is committing gross human rights violations in the valley.

FM further said that India continues to violate Line of Control (LoC) and targeting innocent civilians which is clear violation of international law.

“India wants to jeopardize peace and stability of entire region through its Hindutva ideology,” FM added.

The two Foreign Ministers also discussed the coronavirus pandemic and the effective measures taken to control this pandemic.