Prime Minister Imran Khan has reached Malaysia for a two-day official visit along with a high-level delegation.
Malaysian Defense Minister welcomes Prime Minister on his arrival.
Pakistani High Commissioner and Malaysian senior officials were also present at the airport.
PM Khan was accompanied by Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Federal Minister for Planning Development and Reforms Asad Umar, Special Assistant on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood and others.
During the visit, the two prime ministers would have tete-e-tete, followed by delegation-level talks. Both the leaders would witness signing of important agreement/MoUs besides addressing a joint press stakeout.
The prime minister will address an event organized by the Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) of Malaysia.
During his various interactions, he will share his vision about Pakistan and underline Pakistan’s positive contribution to regional and international peace and security.
He will also highlight the dire human rights and humanitarian situation in IOJK, emphasize the importance of averting risks to regional peace and stability posed by Indian belligerence, and underscore the importance of peaceful resolution of Jammu and Kashmir dispute.
The prime minister’s visit is another sign of robust engagement between Pakistan and Malaysia and the shared commitment to further fortify the strategic partnership between the two countries.
This is Prime Minister Imran Khan’s second visit to Malaysia since assuming office in August 2018. Earlier, the prime minister had visited Malaysia on November 20-21, 2018.
Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad had also visited Pakistan on March 21-23, 2019, and was the chief guest at the Pakistan Day Parade. The two prime ministers also met on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly Session in New York in September last.
Pakistan and Malaysia enjoy close, cordial ties based on commonalities of faith and culture and marked by exceptional mutual trust and understanding.