ISLAMABAD, Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan on Thursday reiterated resolve to further deepen bilateral cooperation between Pakistan and Oman in diverse fields.
He reiterated the resolve while talking to Omani Chief of Staff of Sultan’s Armed Forces, Lt General Ahmed Bin Harith Al Nabhani, who called on the premier in federal capital Islamabad, said an official press release. The premier highlighted the close, cordial relations between the two brotherly countries. Matters related to enhancement of trade and transportation links were also discussed. Imran Khan apprised the Omani Chief of Staff on the grave human rights and humanitarian situation in the Indian administered Kashmir including inhuman lockdown, curfew and communication blockade. He stressed that implementation of the UNSC resolutions remained the only solution of the dispute.
Omani Chief conveyed the cordial greetings of Sultan Qaboos bin Said Al-Said. He noted the strong Oman-Pakistan bilateral relations and expressed satisfaction over the existing level of defense cooperation, including frequent exchange of visits, training exchange programs and joint exercises. He expressed admiration for the Prime Minister’s speech at the UN General Assembly and lauded his initiative for de-escalation of tensions in the Gulf and promoting regional peace and security. During the meeting, views were exchanged on bilateral, regional and international issues. The visiting dignitary also reiterated the Omani leadership’s invitation to the Prime Minister to visit Oman at the earliest convenience.
Source: Kuwait News Agency