Pakistan attaches immense significance to its ties with Kyrgyzstan

ISLAMABAD: Nationwide Meeting Speaker Asad Qaiser on Friday stated that Pakistan attaches immense significance to its relations with Kyrgyzstan which have been intertwined in everlasting bonds of faith, historical past and tradition.

Speaking to Kyrgyzstan’s ambassador Erik Beishembiev who known as on him in Islamabad, Asad Qaiser stated that Kyrgyzstan might play an essential function in linking Eurasian Financial Zone and Europe with CPEC, Radio Pakistan reported.

He stated CPEC is the important thing to financial way forward for Pakistan and the area.

The speaker invited Kyrgyz buyers to return to Pakistan and reap the benefits of immense financial potential right here. Qaiser stated immense financial potential has been generated in Pakistan after the arrival of CPEC.

Talking on the event, ambassador Erik Beishembiev stated his nation additionally attaches immense significance to its relations with Pakistan.

He stated Kyrgyz buyers want to take part within the financial exercise within the nation for which initiation of direct air hyperlinks between Islamabad and Bishkek would play an essential function.

Learn Extra: Kyrgyzstan to transmit electrical energy to Pakistan: FM Qureshi

Earlier on June 14, International Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had stated that Kyrgyzstan would transmit electrical energy to Pakistan by 2021 beneath CASA-1000 mission.

Speaking to media in Bishkek, FM Qureshi had stated Shanghai Cooperation Group was an important discussion board which mentioned peace, sustainability, safety and plans to curb terrorism from the area.

He had additional stated that three agreements had been signed within the sectors of healthcare, training, sports activities and tradition and added that essential bilateral conferences with heads of state of China, Russia, Belorussia and Kyrgyzstan was an extra good thing about the discussion board.

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