Both diplomats expressed commitment to further strengthen bilateral relations
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi on Friday exchanged views on the socio-economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic with Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi.
During a telephone conversation, FM Qureshi briefed Motegi about “Global Initiative on Debt Removal” by Prime Minister Imran Khan for developing countries underlined that without immediate, coordinated and comprehensive action to create fiscal space, developing countries might have to compete socially, terrible politics and economic consequences.
FM Qureshi also expressed his condolences for the loss of valuable lives and praised the effective steps taken by Japan to overcome the plague, according to a press release issued by the Foreign Office (FO).
The foreign minister also thanked his Japanese counterparts for their assistance to Pakistan to fight the corona virus as well as in dealing with desert locust attacks.
Top diplomats convince each other to help their stranded citizens in every possible way.
The foreign minister also told his Japanese counterpart about human rights violations in Indian-occupied Kashmir (IOK) which continued without interruption while fears had increased about the spread of infections due to restrictions on the spread of information and unlimited access to medical supplies and other important supplies. .
“There is also concern about the demonization of Indian Muslims in the context of the growing Covid-19 and Islamophobia,” FO said.
Both diplomats expressed commitment to further strengthen bilateral relations and agreed to commemorate 70 years of establishing Pakistan-Japan diplomatic relations in 2022 in an appropriate manner.
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