Ethiopia, Pakistan Discuss Parliamentary Cooperation to Boost Bilateral Ties

Ethiopia and Pakistan discussed possibilities of exchanging Parliamentary delegations to further strengthen the bilateral ties and foster robust cooperation in diverse areas.

The discussion took place between Ambassador of Ethiopia to Pakistan, Jemal Beker and Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani, Chairman Senate.

During the meeting, both the dignitaries discussed matters of mutual interest including bilateral, regional and multilateral cooperation between the two countries.

Ambassador Jemal Beker said volume of bilateral trade between the two countries was minimal, while underlining the need to enhance bilateral trade between the two countries by developing economic and business linkages.

Highlighting the importance of Ethiopia under Pakistan’s Engage Africa policy, the ambassador said Ethiopian market offered lucrative business, trade and investment opportunities to the Pakistan’s business community.

Ambassador Jemal invited Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani to visit Ethiopia which was a land of origins and a gateway to the African continent.

Chairman Sanjrani expressed gratitude to the Ethiopian parliamentary leadership, government, and the ambassador for extending him invitation to visit Ethiopia.

He said the exchange of parliamentary delegations would fortify relations between the two countries.

Chairman Sanjrani emphasized the importance of the existing strong bond between the two nations, rooted in shared history, common interests, and mutual support at international platforms.

He lauded the Government of Ethiopia for launching the Ethiopian Airlines in Karachi which would not only connect Pakistan with Ethiopia but also with entire Africa.

Source: Ethiopian News Agency

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