Pakistan and Netherlands agree to enhance bilateral relations and trade ties

Qureshi said that Pakistan would continue its sincere efforts for peace and stability in the region, including Afghanistan.

 


  • Pakistan and The Netherlands have agreed to work on various sectors and enhance bilateral relations.
  • On Tuesday, Pakistan and The Netherlands took part in a joint summit.
  • On Wednesday, the foreign ministers of both countries held a conversation on the telephone.

The flags of The Netherlands and Pakistan.

Pakistan and The Netherlands have agreed to enhance investment and trade relations.

The two sides discussed bilateral relations, including political, economic, trade and investment, climate change, cooperation on multilateral issues, and various developments in their respective regions.

Tuesday.
The flags of The Netherlands and Pakistan.

On Tuesday, the discussion took place during the 8th round of the Pakistan-The Netherlands Bilateral Political Consultations (BPC) held in the virtual format. Pakistan’s Special Secretary for Europe, Dr. Aman Rashid, and The Netherlands’ Director-General for Political Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Thijs van der Plas, led their respective delegations.

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The two sides demonstrated satisfaction on the level of cooperation at the international fora, including the United Nations (UN), and agreed to continue supporting each other.

The Dutch side was briefed on the coronavirus situation in Pakistan and the steps being taken by the authorities to save lives and livelihoods.

Wednesday.
Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, and the Dutch Foreign Minister, Stef Blok.

On Wednesday, a telephonic conversation between the Foreign Minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, and the Dutch Foreign Minister, Stef Blok, took place.

Qureshi expressed satisfaction that the ratio of the export between the two countries has increased regardless of Covid-19 and stressed the need to enhance the scope of cooperation in various fields.

He also briefed his Dutch counterpart about the recent EU Disinfolab report, which disclosed how India is involved in maligning Pakistan through fake websites and NGOs.

The map of The Netherlands (green), Pakistan (dark orange), and Indian-occupied Jammu & Kashmir (light orange).

Qureshi also stated that the European Union (EU) should take notice of the Indian atrocities in Indian-occupied Jammu & Kashmir.

Both the foreign ministers also discussed the situation in Afghanistan and the intra-Afghan dialogue.

Qureshi said that Pakistan would continue its sincere efforts for peace and stability in the region, including Afghanistan.

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  • WTF that dutch foreign minister is from the racist dutch party Party for Freedom which disgraced Quran.


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