Pakistan

ISLAMABAD (Online/Staff reporter) – President of Republic of Mauritius Bibi Ameenah Firdaus Gurib-Fakim has expressed the confidence that Mauritius and Pakistan would continue to explore new avenues for cooperation to further strengthen their bilateral relations.

In a meeting with the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs (SAPM) Tariq Fatemi, Gurib-Fakim expressed the confidence that both countries would continue to explore new avenues for cooperation to further strengthen their bilateral relations. She also thanked the government and people of Pakistan for according her a very warm welcome.

Other issues of bilateral and regional interest were also discussed in the meeting, which was held in a warm and cordial atmosphere.

Fatemi extended a warm welcome to the President of Mauritius on her first ever visit to Pakistan, and expressed the confidence that her visit would help strengthen the relations between the two sides.

The Special Assistant underlined the need for bolstering economic and trade relations between the two sides, and highlighted the numerous steps taken by the Government of Pakistan, resulting in an overall robust economic performance. He also emphasized the need for enhancing cooperation in the tourism sector, as well as for developing communication linkages between the two countries.

He also briefed the visiting President on Prime Minister’s initiatives for regional peace and stability, and his strong commitment to maintaining cordial relations with all neighbouring countries.