ISLAMABAD: Overseas Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has stated that Pakistan’s ‘Interact Africa’ coverage is geared toward enhancing its diplomatic footprint and intensifying commerce with Africa.
In a gathering with Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC) Chief of Employees of Land Forces Lt Gen Asinda Fall, who’s on a six-day go to to the nation on the invitation of his Pakistani counterpart, Qureshi underlined authorities’s imaginative and prescient, which is rooted in geo-economics.
Through the assembly, each side expressed satisfaction over bilateral cooperative and cordial ties. Coordination of positions and mutual help for one another’s candidatures at multilateral fora was additionally flagged throughout the assembly.
The international minister expressed pleasure in Pakistan’s steadfast and unmatched help and contribution to peacekeeping, peace-building and peacemaking effort in DRC with 53,000 uniformed personnel underneath United Nations (UN) auspices from 2003.
He praised the Congolese President Felix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo’s contribution to selling democracy and ably steering African Union as its chairperson.
Qureshi additionally conveyed an invite to his counterpart Cristophe Lutundula Apala to go to to Pakistan.
He supplied additional coaching alternatives for DRC diplomats at Overseas Service Academy (FSA) in Islamabad and urged the Congolese facet to avail Pakistan’s Technical Help Programme facility for its youth in fields of medication, pharmacy and engineering.
The international minister additionally conveyed greetings from President Dr Arif Alvi and Prime Minister Imran Khan to the Congolese president.