Pakistan, Romania to explore mutual cooperation in Defence Production
ISLAMABAD, June 07 (DNA): Pakistan and Romania on Wednesday agreed that there is a great potential for joint collaboration and mutual cooperation in Defence Production, which may be explored.
The understanding came at a meeting between inister for Defense Production Rana Tanveer Hussain and Ambassador of Romania to Pakistan Nicolae Gola in Islamabad.
The Minister warmly welcomed the dignitary. In the welcome words he appreciated the ambassador for his efforts to further strengthen relations between the two countries.
Minister stressed to identify areas of mutual interest so that both countries may move ahead. He expressed his satisfaction that, “Two countries have very warm and strong relations which are growing stronger with each passing moment.”
Federal Minister also mentioned Pakistan’s commitment to combat terrorism, extremism and militancy. He said, “Sacrifices made by the people of Pakistan and its armed forces remain unparalleled. Our priority is relief and rehabilitation of the people of affected areas and reconstruction of such areas.”
The Minister thanked the dignitary profusely for his visit and expressed best wishes for the Romanian Nation.
The Romanian Ambassador said, “Pakistan is extremely important country with a rich culture, working democracy, vibrant economy and hospitality.”
He showed his ambitions to work hard in order to improve relations between Pakistan and Romania. He expressed his desire to increase the trade volume between both the countries
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