ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The German Minister of State Dr. Tobias Linder, who is on his maiden visit to Pakistan, held a meeting with the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Islamabad.
Underscoring the high importance Pakistan attaches to its longstanding ties of amity and cooperation with Germany, the Minister of State shared Pakistan’s keen desire to further strengthen the multifaceted bilateral cooperation in the fields of trade, investment, higher education, vocational training, migration and mobility, and renewable energy.
MOS @HinaRKhar met with German MOS @tobiaslindner on his maiden visit to #Pakistan.
➖Lauded recent momentum in 🇵🇰🇩🇪 ties
➖Stressed strengthening bil ties in trade, investment, edu, vocational trg, renewable energy, migration & ppl to ppl ties.
➖Exch. views on reg/global issues pic.twitter.com/M591VqvNfJ
— Spokesperson 🇵🇰 MoFA (@ForeignOfficePk) March 6, 2023
Both sides appreciated the recent signing of Letter of Intent for promoting legal migration between the two countries.
Thanking Germany for its substantial support to Pakistan’s flood relief efforts, Hina Rabbani Khar said that the devastation caused by the flash floods in Pakistan had underlined the need for working together to address common challenges such as Climate Change and food security.
The two ministers also exchanged views on important regional and global issues including the situation in Afghanistan, Ukraine conflict, Jammu and Kashmir dispute, and economic challenges faced by global community.
🇩🇪MoS @tobiaslindner had a fruitful first trip to 🇵🇰! After his many consultations over enhancing 🇩🇪-🇵🇰 cooperation, I took him to the iconic Pak Monument. We got lucky to catch Isb in all its magnificence at the golden hour. Lovely views + great architecture! Have you been here? pic.twitter.com/vEQyBzySa9
— Alfred Grannas (@GermanyinPAK) March 7, 2023