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CGSS, Tajik Embassy to organize Conference on ‘Pakistan-Tajikistan: Exploring New Dimensions of bilateral Cooperation’

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ISLAMABAD, APR 04 (DNA) – The Centre for Global & Strategic Studies (CGSS) – a nonprofit institution – and Embassy or Republic of Tajikistan, Islamabad will organize a Conference on “Pakistan-Tajikistan: Exploring New Dimensions of bilateral Cooperation” in Islamabad on April 9.

In the Conference following the recitation of Holy Quran, the Chairman CGSS Lt General (retd) Muhammad Zahir Ul Islam will make the Opening Remarks.

The Head of the Department of Analysis and Foreign Police Perspectives (Vision) of the Center for Strategic Researchers under the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, Dr. Hakim Abdullohi Rahnamo, will speak on “Tajikistan’s Foreign Policy and Relations with regional Countries” while the former Federal Secretary of Information, Government of Pakistan, Ashfaq Ahmed Gondal, will speak on “Pakistan-Tajikistan Media Cooperation”.

The Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Tajikistan, Abdurahmonov Marufjon, will shed lights on “25 Years of Tajikistan-Pakistan Diplomatic Relations”.

Likewise, the Head of the Department on Social Sciences Problem Studies of the Center for Strategic Research under the President of the Republic of Tajikistan, Dr. Kurbonov Abdurahmon Sherovich, will speak on “Historical and Cultural Ties between Tajikistan and Pakistan”.

The Deputy Director of the Institute of Economy and Demography of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tajikistan, Dr. Mirsaidov Abror, will cover the topic “Future of Economic/Trade Relationship between Tajikistan and Pakistan”.

The Ambassador of the Republic of Tajikistan, Sherali Jonovov, will deliver his speech on “CASA – 1000 and Perspective of the Cooperation of Tajikistan and Pakistan in the Field and Energy” while the Head of Islamic Banking SILKBANK, Jawad Majid, will speak on “Prospects of Socio-Economic Relations between Pakistan and Tajikistan”.






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