Tehmina Janjua—the foreign secretary invited the businesspersons of Canada on Thursday for exploring the budding market of Pakistan.
In a telephonic conversation with Ian Shugart—the Canadian Deputy Minister for Foreign Affairs, the foreign secretary said that the government is dedicated to facilitating the foreign investors in the country.
During the conversation, the issues linked to Pakistani nations getting Canadian visas were also discussed.
The foreign secretary had the schedule of traveling to Ottawa for the next-round of Pakistan-Canada bilateral political consultations on the 7th of March however the visit was delayed owing to the current situation.
The two sides had a discussion on the areas of common interest which include exploring avenues of economic cooperation, boosting political engagement, consular matters and bilateral trade.
Janjua also briefed Shugart on the current ongoing situation between Pakistan and India. She highlighted the commitment of Pakistan towards peace and stability in the region and emphasized the efforts of the Prime Minister—Imran Khan in reducing the tensions across the Line of Control (LoC).
Shugart expressed satisfaction over the historical cooperation relations with Pakistan and agreed to high-level exchanges for further enhancing the current relations.