Ms. Susan Gregson, Assistant Deputy Minister for Asia Pacific at the Department of Foreign Affairs, Canada called on the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs on 27th May, 2015. During the meeting, bilateral cooperation and regional and international issues of mutual interest were discussed.

While briefing the Canadian Assistant Deputy Minister, the Special Assistant to the Prime Minister stated that relations between Pakistan and Canada are based on strong foundation of friendship, mutual respect and cooperation. The Special Assistant underscored the need to increase interaction at higher political level and through exchange of parliamentary and business delegations.

Both sides have close cooperation at bilateral, regional and international fora and are partners to promote global and regional peace and stability. Together with the international community, both countries are determined to address the issue of terrorism. The Special Assistant also briefed on the various initiatives taken by the government for revival of the economy, promoting peace and stability in Afghanistan, and improving relations with India through resolution of all outstanding issues and dialogue, for the benefit of the people of South Asia.

Canadian Assistant Deputy Minister is visiting Pakistan to lead her country’s delegation to the 3rd Round of Pakistan-Canada Bilateral Political Consultations held in Islamabad on 27th May, 2015.

27th May, 2015

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