Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday held bilateral talks with his Bosnian counterpart Denis Zvizdic in Sarajevo, said the Press Information Department in a statement.

“Pakistan and Bosnia Herzegovina have agreed to further strengthen their bilateral cooperation in trade, agriculture, textile, education and defence sectors,” said the statement.

Addressing a joint press conference, Prime Minister Nawaz said the two sides had a most productive and detailed round of talks and reviewed the entire spectrum of their bilateral ties.

“The two countries have agreed to strengthen their collaboration in investment and culture,” said the prime minister. He also invited Bosnian entrepreneurs to invest in Pakistan.

“Pakistan's economy has shown great improvement in several years and the growth rate has gone up.

“Bosnia has a vibrant textile industry and a dynamic agriculture sector and Pakistan would like to seek its cooperation in these sectors,” said the prime minister.