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Enhancing Parliamentary Contacts would ensure mutual progress of Pakistan and Syria
Thursday, 26th August, 2021

Speaker National Assembly Asad Qasier said that Pakistan and Syria are interlinked in mutual bond of Islamic brotherhood and common cultural traditions. He said that both countries enjoy commonalities of views on multiple regional and international issues. He also said that enhancing relations between both countries is vital for mutual prosperity and development. He expressed these views during his meeting with Syrian Charge-de- affairs in Pakistan Dr. Mazan Ubaid who called on him in the Parliament House today.

Speaker Asad Qaiser said that Pakistan desires to resolve all contentious issues including Kashmir and Palestinian issues as per UNO resolutions. He also said that peaceful Afghanistan is essential for regional peace and Pakistan always desires for peaceful and prosperous Afghanistan.  He said that Pakistan wanted truly representative government as per aspirations of people of Afghanistan. He said that Islam is religion of peace and love and strictly abhor extremism and secretarianism. He also stressed on the need of unity among muslin countries to fight the Islmophobiac trend in the western world. He stressed the need for enhancing parliamentary contacts between both countries for mutual progress and development.

Syrian Charge-de- affairs in Pakistan Dr. Mazan Ubaid said that Syria values high its ties with Pakistan and is looking forward for enhancing mutual trade and business contact. He said that in order to enhance trade between both nations, the option of direct flight operation between both countries is under consideration. He said that Syria has been facing the scourge of terrorism for more than a decade and  Syria wanted to learn a lot from Pakistan for successful handling of this menace.