Pakistan, Japan eye enhancement of trade, economic relations
President Dr Arif Alvi has on Monday held meeting with Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan Kuniori Matsuda at Aiwan-e-Sadr.
During the meeting, the President said that Pakistan attaches great importance to its ties with Japan as both countries enjoy cordial relations in various fields for decades.
He also expressed the desire further enhance trade and economic relations for the mutual benefits of the two countries.
Highlighting the investment potential in Pakistan, Arif Alvi underscored that Japan could avail abundant and business opportunities in Pakistan, especially in sectors like, agriculture, automobile, information and textile.
He appreciated the Japan’s decision to suspend debt repayments under the Debt Service Suspension Initiative.
The President stressed the need to increase frequency of bilateral exchanges at the highest level to further strengthen bilateral cooperation between the two countries.
The Japanese Ambassador congratulated the President over the recently concluded Pakistan Navy’s Multinational Maritime Exercise Aman-2021, adding that it brought countries from different parts of the world to work together for collective purpose.
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