Minister calls for enhanced cooperation with Qatar
ISLAMABAD: Bilateral cooperation between Qatar and Pakistan would further strengthen in various fields, which would be mutually beneficial for the people of the two countries, a government official said.
Talking to Qatar Ambassador Sheikh Saoud bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, Federal Minister for National Food Security and Research Syed Fakhar Imam said that Pakistan had immense agricultural capacity, which could help enhance exports.
Both sides also discussed the scope of agricultural trade between the two countries. Imam said cooperation among various countries at every level needed to be increased if the world wanted to move towards sustainable and nature-friendly development.
He also stressed the future was in the hands of the youth and; hence, their quality of education needed to be at par excellence.
Imam welcomed and appreciated the 10 fully covered scholarships offered by Qatar to the Pakistani students.
The ambassador on behalf of the Ministry of Municipality and Environment Qatar extended an invitation to the minister to attend the “Horticulture Expo 2023 Doha”. The motto of the summit was “Green Desert, Better Environment”.
He said the aim of the exhibition was to inspire, encourage and benefit participating countries with innovative solutions to reduce desertification.
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