Colombo: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that economic ties can be extended to Central Asia and Sri Lanka through C-Pac. I invite Sri Lanka to promote its economic and regional ties through Pakistan.
Details According to reports, Prime Minister Imran Khan met Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa one-on-one during his visit to Sri Lanka today, during which issues of mutual interest and the situation in the region were discussed and understanding was reached between the two countries. Memorandums were signed.
Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan was accorded a hearty welcome at the Colombo Airport, welcomed by the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka, and was greeted by troops from the Sri Lankan Army.
After the one-on-one meeting, Prime Minister Imran Khan held a press conference with his Sri Lankan counterpart in Colombo. He said that he was grateful to the Prime Minister for the invitation and wonderful hospitality to visit Sri Lanka, his first visit to Sri Lanka. What happened when he started his cricket career? The role of the Sri Lankan team in giving Test status is still remembered today.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan is an important component of C-PAC which will open new avenues for the development of regional ties. Through C-PAC, economic ties can be extended to Central Asia and Sri Lanka. I invite Sri Lanka to visit Pakistan. Promote your economic and regional ties through
He said that Pakistan has been the victim of the worst terrorism for 10 years, 70,000 lives have been sacrificed, Sri Lanka has also been the victim of the worst terrorism, Pakistan has helped Sri Lanka a lot in difficult times, Pakistan and Sri Lanka together Can thrive on trade and economic development.
Imran Khan said that Pakistan and Sri Lanka are facing similar challenges which need to be changed into opportunities. In the situation of Karuna, a big challenge has emerged for developing countries like Pakistan and Sri Lanka, said Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa. We talked about dealing with the epidemic together.
The Prime Minister said that Pakistan is a land of many ancient civilizations in the world. In the case of Gandhara, we have a very ancient Buddhist civilization. I invite Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa to visit the historical places of Buddhism.
Addressing a press conference, Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa said that in talks with Prime Minister Imran Khan, it was agreed to enhance cooperation in various fields, and also agreed to finalize a free trade framework between Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Cooperation in the fields of tourism and aviation was also discussed between the two countries.
Raja Paksa said that Prime Minister Imran Khan agreed on joint efforts for sustainable development in South Asia, as well as joint efforts for regional peace, including the elimination of terrorism and extremism.
The Sri Lankan Prime Minister said that he was grateful for Pakistan’s cooperation in the field of sports. Prime Minister Imran Khan’s address to the Trade and Investment Forum in Sri Lanka was an important development, which gave a new impetus to bilateral trade and economic relations. Will