The Pakistan keen to bring bilateral ties to be of greater heights with Turkmenistan: Zardari

The Pakistan keen to bring bilateral ties to be of greater heights with Turkmenistan: Zardari

Aşgabat : Turkmenistan | Nov 15, 2011 at 12:48 AM PST
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President Asif Ali Zardari said that Pakistan is keen to bring bilateral ties Pak-Turkmenistan to greater heights and enter into a society inclusive for peace and development since the two countries have enormous economic complementarities. During a meeting on President Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov of Turkmenistan Mr. followed by delegation level talks here Monday with the President highlighted the existing friendly bilateral relations and urged the need of both countries to translate their close ties to the company economic social and economic development for the people of the two countries. President Zardari has said that Turkmenistan has the capacity to meet growing energy requirements of Pakistan because Pakistan can provide the trade corridor to Turkmenistan, land and through our ports. Educate the media of the meeting, the spokesman to the President Mr. Farhatullah Babar said that the President has said we must carry forward the legacy of friendship planted by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto and strengthens Mohtrama beyond our mutual cooperation in particular in terms economy that is not the right time with the potential between the two countries. The President expressed satisfaction over the current progress on Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India gas pipeline project and called the first realization of the Project. The project, he said has the potential to spur growth and transformed the economic landscape of the region. The spokesman said that the President has pointed out that Pakistan People Party was during the government that the gas project was initially conceived and was given the pleasure to revive the project and see the progress of the project brand. He proposed that the two countries could enter the currency changes the agreement, the provisions of preferential rates and a free trade agreement to improve bilateral ties, trade and investment. The President called for establishing a rail and air links between Pakistan and Turkmenistan for the mutual benefit of both countries. The spokesman said that the President has recalled his visit to Ashgabat last year and said that the challenge before the two sides had to give tangible form to the use of measures aimed at one another's economic potential. The President urged the business community, the facilitation of trade bodies and chambers of commerce and industries of both countries to establish links and advance the profession for more than improving bilateral. The President urged the need to encourage the regular meetings of the joint Commission to bury the recently activated and Government have said that the Committee should find ways to accelerate the conclusion of agreements pending between he two countries.

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The Pakistan keen to bring bilateral ties to be of greater heights with Turkmenistan: Zardari
tahera is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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