Pakistan wants to further increase its multifaceted cooperation with Ukraine: President Arif Alvi

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: President Dr. Arif Alvi has said that Pakistan highly values its relations with Ukraine and wants to further increase its cooperation with Kyiv in fields of mutual interest including defence, reports DND News Agency from Islamabad while citing official sources.

While talking to Pakistan’s Ambassador-designate to Ukraine Major General (retd) Noel Israel Khokhar at Aiwan-e-Sadr in Islamabad on Wednesday, the president emphasized the need for Pakistan’s enhanced cooperation with Ukraine in the areas of trade, economy, and culture.Pakistan-Ukraine cooperation - President Dr. Arif Alvi has said that Pakistan highly values its relations with Ukraine and wants to further increase its cooperation with Kyiv in fields of mutual interest including defense. While talking to Pakistan’s Ambassador-designate to Ukraine Major General (retd) Noel Israel Khokhar at Aiwan-e-Sadr in Islamabad on Wednesday, the president emphasized the need for enhanced cooperation with Ukraine in the areas of trade, economy and culture. The president congratulated the ambassador on his appointment and expressed the hope that he would make concerted efforts to further expand bilateral cooperation with Ukraine. President Arif Alvi underscored the need for frequent bilateral parliamentary and political exchanges that would greatly help in bringing the two Countries closer. Dr. Arif Alvi asked the ambassador to work for promoting Pakistan-Ukraine bilateral cooperation in education, culture and tourism sectors.

The president congratulated the ambassador on his appointment and expressed the hope that he would make concerted efforts to further expand bilateral cooperation with Ukraine.

President Arif Alvi underscored the need for frequent bilateral parliamentary and political exchanges that would greatly help in bringing the two Countries closer.

Dr. Arif Alvi asked the ambassador to work for promoting Pakistan-Ukraine bilateral cooperation in education, culture, and tourism sectors.