President says Pak geo-economic location offers opportunities for trade, connectivity

ISLAMABAD   –   President Dr Arif Alvi has said that Pakistan attaches great importance to the promotion of trade, business and commercial cooperation with friendly countries under its new “geo-economics” policy. He added that Pakistan wanted to promote connectivity, and regional peace and development by further expanding bilateral cooperation in the areas of trade, economy, culture and tourism. The President made these remarks while talking to the Ambassadors-designates of Republic of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Republic of Azerbaijan, Kingdom of Thailand, and the High Commissioner-designate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, who made separate calls on him, at Aiwan-e-Sadr, today. Earlier, the Ambassador-designate of Kyrgyzstan, Totuiaev, Ulanbek Asankulovich, Ambassador-designate of Kazakhstan, Yerzhan Kistafin, Ambassador-designate of Azerbaijan,   Khazar Farhadov, Ambassador-designate of Thailand, Chakkrid Krachaiwong, and High Commissioner-designate of Nigeria,   Abioye Mohammed Bello presented their credentials to President Dr Arif Alvi at a ceremony. Congratulating the newly-appointed envoys, the president expressed the hope that they would play their role in further strengthening political, economic and cultural relations with Pakistan.

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