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ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari will undertake official visits to Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway from 22-26 August, on the invitation of his counterparts, Foreign Office said Saturday.

These countries are part of the foreign minister’s first visit to Europe since assuming office.

Besides consolidating and expanding bilateral cooperation with these important partners, the visits will provide a valuable opportunity to further strengthen Pakistan’s engagement with Europe and to share Pakistan’s perspective on regional and global issues, according to a statement of the Foreign Office.

In addition to meeting his respective counterparts in Berlin, Copenhagen, Stockholm, and Oslo, it added that the foreign minister would hold meetings with other dignitaries and interact with the media.

It stated that the focus of the visits would be on further deepening and broadening Pakistan’s economic engagement with these key export destinations and identifying more opportunities for our people.

The foreign minister is also scheduled to sign a ‘Green Framework Engagement’ agreement with Denmark, focusing on Climate Change Cooperation, a priority area of the government, it added.

Pakistan has long-standing, multi-dimensional relations with Germany, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. It stated that these countries are home to sizeable Pakistani communities, are important destinations for our students to pursue higher education, and have significant investment ties with Pakistan.

“The foreign minister’s visits will impart further impetus to Pakistan’s multi-faceted engagement with these countries,” it added.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2022

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Sultan Ahmed Aug 21, 2022 09:06am
Pakistan is facing the severe shortage and vulnorability of dollar which causes the highest value of US$.Mr.Bilawal visit to european countries can prove no more than a pleasure trip at the expense of borrowing from foreign donor agencies.
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