RAWALPINDI, Pakistan: Minister for Defence Production Rana Tanveer Hussain Monday said that Pakistan’s vision for Africa was to develop strong, close and cooperative relations by enhancing trade, investment and defence cooperation and establishing joint ventures as well as public-private partnership.
He made these remarks while talking to Foreign Minister of Senegal Mankuer Ndiaye who called on the Minister here.
The Foreign Minister of Senegal is on two-day visit to Pakistan as a follow up to the meeting between the Prime Minister of Pakistan and the President of Senegal on the sidelines of the 70th Session of United Nation’s General Assembly.
Rana Tanveer Hussain said that this was a matter of satisfaction that both countries enjoyed warm and cordial relation.
Pakistan attached great importance to its relations with Senegal, he added.
The Minister wished to enhance bilateral relations in all fields of mutual interest, said a press release issued here.
The visiting delegation also discussed the potential of defence industry of Pakistan and showed keen interest in the thriving Pakistani Defence Industry.
They also thanked the Minister for warm welcome.
The Foreign Minister of Senegal also thanked Rana Tanveer Hussain for a deep insight into the matters of Senegal which were also shown in the meeting between Prime Minister of Pakistan and President of Senegal during the UNGA session.