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Parliamentary Interaction is The Only Panacea for Socio-Economic Challenges Faced By The World: NA Deputy Speaker
Monday, 27th May, 2019

Islamabad 27th May, 2019: Qasim Khan Suri Deputy Speaker has said that the incumbent government agenda is welfare and prosperity for common people in the country and support of friendly like Australia and international cooperation can enhance this cause. He said that Pakistan and Australia enjoys cordial relations and parliamentary interaction between both nations can ensure prosperity and welfare for people in the Pakistan. He expressed these views while meeting with Ms. Margaret Adamson, Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan in the Parliament House on Monday.

While remarking the incumbent government’s priority for economic development he stressed on the need to enhance bilateral trade, business and increasing the opportunities for Pakistani Youth in Australian universities for getting higher Education. He also mentioned that this is an era of knowledge based economies and Education can only solve challenges faced by countries.  He sought cooperation of Australian High Commissioner and Australian government for facilitating educated youth belonging to deprived region like Baluchistan for attaining higher education in Australia. He stressed on the need of expansion of economic relations through sustained engagement of chambers of commerce and other business forums. He appreciated Australian’s sport in water and agriculture sectors. 

Ms. Margaret Adamson Australian High Commissioner applauded the public friendly agenda of the present government and said that her government is willing to cooperate to enhance this agenda of development for common people in Pakistan. She said that Australia attached great importance to its relations with Pakistan and wanted to further strengthening the existing relations trough enhanced Parliamentary and economic cooperation.  She said that Australian businessman and trade firms are keen to invest in Pakistan keeping in view the investment friendly environment. She also informed the Deputy Speaker about the various steps taken by Australia to overcome the water scarcity in Baluchistan. She said that long standing partnership exist between Australia and Pakistan in fields of water and agriculture and Pakistan can benefited from Australian experiences in field water.