ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The President of the National Assembly of Republic of Djibouti Mohamed Ali Houmed accompanied by a Parliamentary delegation held a meeting with Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad on Wednesday.
In the meeting, the prime minister and the visiting delegation exchanged views on the importance of peace and security in the neighboring regional context of both Pakistan and Djibouti.
Both sides affirmed the shared desire to broaden Pakistan-Djibouti bilateral cooperation in diverse fields.
The prime minister noted that the bonds of common faith and values as well as convergence of views on regional and international matters bind the two brotherly nations.
Imran Khan underlined the salience of Pakistan’s “Engage Africa” policy which aims at forging closer ties with the Continent by expanding Pakistan’s diplomatic footprint and deepening economic engagement.
Moreover, he also underlined that Pakistan would soon be establishing its resident diplomatic Mission in Djibouti.
The President National Assembly of Djibouti appreciated Pakistan’s historical support and expressed the hope that the visit of the Parliamentary delegation would help in further consolidating Pakistan-Djibouti relations.
The Chairman of Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani was also present during the meeting.