British high commissioner said goodbye to Pakistani Foreign Minister

British high commissioner said goodbye to Pakistani Foreign Minister

British High Commissioner Dr Christian Turner paid a farewell call to Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari On Thursday. Both the officials discussed UK-Pakistan relationship on various aspects.

The foreign minister of Pakistan paid gratitude for UK to help Pakistani flood victims by providing nine million pounds of aid. UK has always been helpful for Pakistan and we are hoping more powerful relations in future.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari appreciated the work of British High Commissioner in Pakistan; he has done a lot in creating awareness of climate change and its impact. He hoped for his better performance and best wishes for his further duty.

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Bilawal Bhutto Zardari also appreciated the projects on going in Pakistan by UK government and their aim to secure constructive Pakistan with international engagements, the UK officials are ensuring the sustainable development in Pakistan and making Pakistan stronger in terms of economy and public services.

The cooperation between UK and Pakistan is peaceful, secure, happy and developing best environment in both the nations. A lot of Pakistani people are living and working in UK, and availing the best opportunities by UK government.

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Recent visits between both countries

  • The Minister of state of UK armed forces James Heappay visited to Pakistan in May 2022.
  • Bishop of Canterbury’s visit in February 2022
  • Chohdary Muhammad Sarwar’s, ex-governor Punjab visited UK in November 2021
  • Former governor state bank of Pakistan, Dr Raza Bakir visited UK in October 2021.

Pakistan and United Kingdom practice strong ties of military and bilateral relationship with shared legacy and history. Both the countries have high level interactions and strong people to people relationships.

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