ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said he looked forward to greater level of cooperation between Pakistan and Japan, particularly in the area of trade, investment, infrastructure and human resource development.
Talking to a Japanese parliamentary delegation headed by the Chairman of the Japan-Pakistan Parliamentary friendship League (JPPFL) Seishiro Eto in Islamabad, the prime minister appreciated the positive momentum of bilateral relationship between the two Countries.
The prime minister also appreciated the impressive warmth, vigor and pioneering spirit of Japanese people. He acknowledged the importance of Japan as a development partner and the cordial relation between the two countries, which is free of any irritant.
Seishiro Eto said Japan looked forward to further strengthen the bilateral relation which was based on mutual trust. He said two high level visits within short span of a week reflected the Japanese government’s desire to reach out to the new government in Pakistan to reaffirm the importance that Tokyo attached to its relationship with Islamabad.
While stating that such interactions would consolidate bilateral friendship, Seishiro Eto expressed gratitude for the warmth and hospitality provided by the government of Pakistan.
During the meeting, the two sides acknowledged the significance of parliamentary exchanges, and the role of parliamentarians in improving relations between the two Countries.
Both sides agreed that increased Parliamentary exchanges will provide robust foundation for further strengthening the bilateral relations. Both sides appreciated the historically friendly bilateral relations and praised mutual cooperation between the two Countries.