Pakistan and Japan hold talks to improve cooperation in various fields

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  • Improve cooperation in the fields of trade, investment, contacts between people, development of human resources, science and technology, culture and education.
  • Both sides reaffirmed the strength of the bilateral relationship between Pakistan and Japan and renewed their commitment.
  • The two sides expressed satisfaction with the intensified level of political commitment, including the visit of President Dr. Arif Alvi to Tokyo to attend the Emperor’s enthronement ceremony.

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Japan on Friday in their bilateral policy consultations focusing on ways to improve cooperation in the areas of trade, investment, contacts between people, human resources development, science and technology, culture and education .

During the 12th Round of Pakistan-Japan Bilateral Political Consultations (BPC), the Pakistan side was led by Foreign Secretary Sohail Mahmood, while the Deputy Foreign Minister, Kenji Kanasugi, led the Japanese side.

The BPC provided an important platform to review the full range of bilateral relations. Both sides reaffirmed the strength of the bilateral relationship between Pakistan and Japan and renewed their commitment to take this long-standing partnership to a higher level.

The Foreign Secretary informed the Japanese side about recent positive developments in Pakistan, including macroeconomic stability, improved credit ratings, improved business climate, improved rankings in the World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business index, new opportunities of investment and tourism potential.

The two sides expressed satisfaction with the intensified level of political commitment, including the visit of President Dr. Arif Alvi to Tokyo to attend the Emperor’s enthronement ceremony, and expected more exchanges at the highest level.

Opinions were also exchanged on global and regional developments. The Foreign Secretary reported on Pakistan’s strong support for the peace and reconciliation process in Afghanistan.

He also updated the Japanese side on the negative consequences of the illegal and unilateral actions of India on August 5, 2019, the continuing human rights and humanitarian situation in Jammu and Kashmir (IOJ and K) occupied by India, and the importance of the world community playing its role in avoiding the threat to peace and security and ensuring a peaceful resolution of the Jammu and Kashmir dispute.

The Foreign Secretary informed the Japanese side of Pakistan’s perspective on the reduction of tensions in the Middle East / Gulf region and supports all efforts for a political and diplomatic solution.

Both parties expressed their satisfaction with the current trajectory of bilateral relations and affirmed their commitment to deepen mutual cooperation in various areas.

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