June 18, 2019| Press Releases|
The 7th round of Pakistan-Japan Security Dialogue was held in Islamabad today.
The Pakistan side was led by Mr. Imtiaz Ahmad, Special Secretary (Asia Pacific) while Mr. Shigeki Takizaki, Director General, Southeast and Southwest Asian Affairs Department, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, led the Japanese side.
The two sides exchanged views on security policies and regional as well as global issues. The security situation around Pakistan and Japan was also discussed.
The Special Secretary also briefed the Japanese side on Pakistan’s relations with neighboring countries and highlighted efforts in fight against terrorism.
Mr. Shigeki Takizaki also called on Mr. Sohail Mahmood, Foreign Secretary and Mr. Abdul Razak Dawood, Adviser for Commerce, Textile, Industry & Production and Investment.
Later in the day, the Japanese delegation held Military-to-Military Talks at the Ministry of Defence and a Memorandum of Understanding on Defence Cooperation and Exchanges was signed between the two countries at the occasion.
Pakistan and Japan enjoy excellent friendly and cooperative bilateral relations. Both sides reiterated their commitment to enhance bilateral relationship and cooperation for the promotion of international peace and security.
18 June 2019
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