Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday called his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina and discussed various issues related COVID-19 and flood situation.
Imran called Hasina and they spoke for about 15 minutes, in which after exchanging greetings Imran Khan wanted to know the COVID-19 situation in Bangladesh and the steps that the government has taken.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina described the initiatives and measurers of her government to contain the spread of COVID-19 and other steps for medical purposes.
Imran Khan also wanted to know about the flood situation in Bangladesh and Sheikh Hasina briefed him about the overall flood situation.
Prime Minister Imran Khan underscored the importance Pakistan attaches to closer ties with fraternal Bangladesh and highlighted the significance of regular bilateral contacts and people to people exchanges.
He said Pakistan is committed to deepening relations with Bangladesh on the basis of mutual trust, respect and sovereign equality.
Reaffirming Pakistan’s commitment to SAARC, Prime Minister Imran Khan underlined the importance of both countries working for enhanced regional cooperation for sustainable peace and prosperity.
Imran Khan shared Pakistan’s perspective on the grave situation in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir and stressed the importance of peaceful resolution of Jammu and Kashmir dispute for a safe and prosperous region.
The Prime Minister reiterated his cordial invitation to Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to visit Pakistan.