Pakistan, Russia to Increase Parliamentary Exchanges to Boost Bilateral Ties

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As per the reports of local media, Pakistan and Russia have agreed for the enhancement of the parliamentary exchanges to increase out the bilateral ties between the two nations and to build up understanding for each other’s view.

The fourth round of the bilateral political consultation was held at Moscow on 2nd July among the two countries to resolve the effect to this agreement.

The delegation was led by I.V. Morgulov, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and Zaheer A. Janjua, Additional Secretary respectively.

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Both of the men identified different areas for cooperation in trade, investment, economic, energy, defence, tourism, agriculture, culture, politics and culture.

On the 2nd of July, Oleg Salyukov, Russian Ground Forces Commander-in-Chief General met General Qamar Bajwa, chief of Army Staff at Rawalpindi.

General Oleg praised Pakistan Army for the sacrifice made against the war of terrorism, noticed by the (ISPR) Inter-Services Public Relations.

Many other issues became a part of the discussion in the meeting including bilateral interests, regional situation and bilateral cooperation.

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