National Assembly Speaker Sardar Ayaz Sadiq on Thursday emphasized further strengthening Pakistan-Germany bilateral ties, particularly through expanding cooperation between parliamentary friendship groups and the exchange of parliamentary delegations.
He made these remarks during a meeting with the Parliamentary delegation from Germany, who called on him here. Both sides discussed a wide range of bilateral, regional, and global issues.
They expressed contentment over the current state of bilateral relations, including parliamentary ties, and reaffirmed their joint resolve to further expand and diversify mutually beneficial cooperation.
The NA Speaker said Pakistan and Germany enjoy a multifaceted friendly relationship marked by shared interests and a common stance on various regional and international issues.
“It is high time to further strengthen parliamentary, cultural, economic, and people-to-people connections between the two countries to attain a shared goal of sustainable development,” said the NA Speaker.
While discussing trade and economic cooperation bilaterally and in European context, Sadiq mentioned Pakistan’s proactive efforts in creating a conducive environment for economic and trade activities, providing friendly countries with significant investment opportunities and mutual benefits.
The delegates expressed gratitude to the NA Speaker for the warm welcome and his sentiments for country and its people.
They reiterated that Germany views Pakistan as an important regional stakeholder and is committed to further strengthening linkages in all areas of mutual interest, in addition to fostering parliamentary and cultural exchanges.
German delegation comprised of Members of German Parliament; Michael Müller, Christoph Schmid and Derya Türk-Nachbaur, Parliamnetary officials and representatives of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung(FES) Pakistan.

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