Head administrator restores Pak support to Palestine’s motivation
PM recharges Pak support to Palestine’s motivation
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Thursday communicated Pakistan’s unequivocal help for the noble motivation of Palestine and emphasized Pakistan’s dismissal of the US choice of moving its government office to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv.
He was conversing with King Abdullah II Ibn Al Hussein of Jordan here. The King, who touched base here on a two-day visit, met with the leader at the Prime Minister’s House. Ruler Abdullah held appointment level chats with the chief amid which the two sides investigated the whole extent of reciprocal relations and traded sees on approaches to additionally extend these relations in an assortment of fields.
They consented to expedite more noteworthy concentration improving two-sided exchange and venture relations, to make the two-sided exchange presently at US $75 million, similar with the amazing political ties existing amongst Pakistan and Jordan.
The two pioneers additionally checked on the territorial circumstance, with specific spotlight on the Middle East in the repercussions of acknowledgment of Jerusalem by Washington as the capital of Israel. Abbasi communicated Pakistan’s unequivocal help for the worthwhile motivation of Palestine and emphasized Pakistan’s dismissal of the US choice.
He likewise informed the meeting dignitary on the present circumstance along the Line of Control (LoC), Pakistan’s counter-fear mongering endeavors and its sense of duty regarding provincial peace and soundness.
The two loving nations consented to arrangements in the field of common security and common barrier. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was likewise inked between the service of Housing and Works of Pakistan and Ministry of Public Works and Housing of Jordan.
Lord Abdullah II said thanks to the executive for the warm welcome concurred to him and his assignment. He additionally facilitated a dinner out of appreciation for the King and his appointment.
Lord Abdullah II is going by Pakistan following 11 years. His visit is an impression of the nearby charitable relations that exist amongst Pakistan and Jordan. He has accompanied a short appointment and will meet with President Mamnoon Hussain today (Friday) before returning home.