Pakistani Foreign Minister has emphasized the importance of enhanced interactions at leadership level, greater people-to-people contacts and increased institutional engagements between Pakistan and Egypt.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi was talking to Ambassador of Egypt Tarek Dahroug in Islamabad on Thursday.
They expressed satisfaction at the growing cooperation between the two countries and focus of discussion was on further strengthening relations.
Pakistan and Egypt enjoy excellent fraternal relations rooted deep in shared faith and values.
The two countries closely collaborate bilaterally, as well as on regional and international issues of mutual interest.
Pakistan and Egypt Opens Dubbing Centres
Earlier, Egyptian Ambassador Tarek Mohamed Dahroug last week called on Information Minister Chaudhry Fawad Hussain. They discussed matters of mutual interest, especially related to film, drama, and regional and international situations.
During the meeting, they agreed to open dubbing centres in their countries. The centres will translate both the Egyptian and Pakistani films and dramas in respective languages.
Talking to the envoy, Information Minister Chaudhry Fawad said:
“The two countries’ relations were rooted in centuries old cultural, religious and fraternal links of their citizens. They share a great cultural heritage. Both Egypt and Pakistan had common stance on global affairs.”
The Egyptian ambassador also said at the occasion that:
“His country wanted to further strengthen its ties with Pakistan.”
Economic Growth amid Covid-19
Egypt and Pakistan were among those countries that had achieved almost 100% economic growth despite the impact of Covid-19 pandemics.
The government is fighting crises with determination as to the provision of relief to the people, affected by the outbreak of coronavirus pandemic, which is the government’s topmost priority.
Pakistan’s economy is growing strong and stable, despite the multiple challenges, particularly Covid-19. The country’s economy is performing well during 2021. And it is moving in the right direction with the support of the government’s prudent policies.
The country’s exports are gradually increasing and likely to touch $30 billion by end of this fiscal year, while, inflows of home remittances would be about $32 billion.
Pakistan has also revised up its economic growth rate for 2020-21 to 5.37% from 3.9% which is another historic achievement. The policies of the government is bearing fruits and taking the economy towards sustainable development.
Due to the fair policies of the present government, foreign investors are also taking a keen interest in investment in the development projects in Pakistan.
Pakistan is far better than India economically, and the country is now on the path to prosperity.