ISLAMABAD : President Dr Arif Alvi has called for further selling exchange, funding, economic, cultural and political family members with Indonesia to carry the two international locations similarly closer. He said that Pakistan loved its near, pleasant, and fraternal family members with Indonesia, which had been marked by using religious and cultural affinities and commonality of views on one of a kind troubles.
The President expressed those views whilst talking to the outgoing Ambassador of Indonesia, Mr Adam Mulawarman Tugio, who referred to as on him, at Aiwan-e-Sadr.
speakme to the outgoing envoy, the President stressed that expanded trade, funding, and financial cooperation became a important element of bilateral relations among Pakistan and Indonesia. He brought that Pakistan become keen to further deepen its cooperation in the fields of commerce, subculture, tourism, and those-to-people contacts. He stated that Indonesian businessmen should explore funding opportunities in Pakistan and benefit from its investment-pleasant policies. He similarly said that elevated mutual political and cultural exchanges have been vital to in addition enhance the brotherly ties between Pakistan and Indonesia.
The outgoing Indonesia Ambassador, Mr Adam Mulawarman Tugio, stated that Pakistan and Indonesia need to diversify trade and funding cooperation to similarly raise bilateral relations. He knowledgeable that they were making plans to open direct flights between the 2 international locations that would carry the 2 brotherly international locations similarly nearer. He in addition apprised that Pakistani college students had been many of the foremost recipients of educational scholarships in Indonesia. The President thanked the Ambassador for his valuable support and cooperation at some stage in his tenure and expressed the hope that the momentum of boom in bilateral relations between the two international locations might be maintained. He additionally expressed his satisfactory needs for the Ambassador for his destiny endeavours.