ISLAMABAD Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on Wednesday briefed the Federal Cabinet on the row between two federal ministers in Haj arrangements and his decision to sack both of them for violating his directives. Gilani said that he felt it imperative to sack both of the ministers and more decisions would be taken in order to ensure good governance, said a source quoting the PM. Meanwhile, the Federal Cabinet reviewed implementation status of Cabinet decisions pertaining to the Ministries of Education and Finance, and observed that 10 decisions were still under implementation pertaining to five divisions. The Cabinet was apprised of the details of the visit of the Chinese Prime Minister and the agreements likely to be signed between the two countries. The Secretary Foreign Affairs briefed the Cabinet on the programme of the Chinese Prime Minister and the high importance of the visit for mutual benefits of the both countries. It ratified decisions of the Economic Coordination Committee which included lifting of ban on export of wheat/wheat products by the private sector and others. The Cabinet also ratified Memorandum of Cooperation signed between the Ministry of Trade and Foreign Economic Relations of Turkmenistan and the Ministry of Commerce of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to promote trade between the two countries. The Cabinet gave approval to finalise the draft of MoU on the establishment of joint trade committee between Thailand and Pakistan. The Cabinet accorded its approval for negotiations on draft agreement between Ministry of Defence of Kazakhstan and Pakistan on Training of Military Personnel of the Armed Forces of Kazakhstan at military educational institutions of the Ministry of Defence, Pakistan. The Cabinet gave approval for negotiations on draft agreement between Pakistan and Poland with a view to enhancing the military and defence cooperation between the two countries. The Cabinet considered and accorded its approval to finalise the Inter-Governmental Framework Agreement for concessional loan for the procurement/installation of Non-Intrusive Vehicle X-Ray Inspection System (NVIS) between Pakistan and China. The equipment will be operated under close monitoring and supervision of Pakistan Nuclear Regulatory Authority as per their rules and regulations. The Cabinet gave its approval for signing of inter-governmental framework with China for the funding of Safe City Islamabad Project. The Cabinet gave approval and ratified the signing ceremony of New Charter and Ownership Model of Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) between Thailand and Pakistan.