Pak, Aus discusses bilateral relations
Pakistan and Australia have discussed bilateral relations, the delegations have exchanged views on important global and regional issues.
According to details, the two delegations discussed political, economic, trade and investment at the 6th round of Pakistan-Australia Bilateral Political Consultations in Federal Capital.
Pakistan’s Additional Secretary Asia Pacific Zahoor Ahmed while Australian Deputy Secretary Foreign Affairs department Richard Maude led their respective delegations.
The Australian side was briefed on the Indian government’s aggressive posturing after its illegal and unilateral actions to change the internationally recognized disputed status of Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and alter its demographic structure.
Australian side appreciated Pakistan’s constructive role in the Afghan peace process and in the opening of the Kartarpur Corridor.
The next round of Pakistan-Australia Bilateral Political Consultations will be held in Canberra on mutually agreed dates.
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