Pakistan and Nepal have agreed to boost trade relations.
President of Pakistan—Dr. Alvi conducted a meeting on Saturday with the Prime Minister of Nepal—Khadga Prasad Sharma Oli on the issues of the 18th Non-Aligned Movement Summit in Baku, as per the reports of local media.
As per a statement issued by the ministry, both the leaders have agreed to boost the trade relations between the two nations and have shown their willingness to further boost the bonds of friendship.
Matters pertaining to mutual benefits, regional peace, grave human rights violations, bilateral ties and humanitarian issues in the occupied Kashmir and other issues were also discussed during the meeting.
While speaking on the occasion, Dr. Arif Alvi gave a briefing to the Prime Minister of Nepal on the Indian unlawful actions in the occupied territory of Kashmir. He said that hope Nepal would play its part as SAARC chair, for bringing and strengthening peace and stability in the region.
Previously on the 22nd of August, the Foreign Minister of Nepal—Pradeep Gyawali had shown deep concerns on the matter of the Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir during his telephonic conversation with the foreign minister of Pakistan—Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
The Foreign Minister had earlier contacted the Nepali counterpart—Pradeep Gyawali for apprising him on the Indian atrocities in the occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
He informed that an international organization had expressed fear of genocide of Kashmiris in the Occupied valley, whereas, the 17-days curfew had resulted in a severe shortage of food and medicines.