Senate delegation meets Djibouti PM, agrees to expand ties

ISLAMABAD: A three-member delegation from Pakistan called on Prime Minister Abdoulkader Kamil Mohamed in Djibouti.

The delegation was led by Secretary-General International Parliamentarians Congress (IPC) Senator Muhammad Ali Saif. The other members were included Senator Mirza Mohammad Afridi and Fayyaz Thaheem.

The prime minister assured that Djibouti and Pakistan would cooperation together in the energy, health, and education sectors. He also welcomed investments from Pakistan in these sectors in Djibouti.

Moreover, he said that being a brotherly nation, they have shared interests and should extend cooperation to work together for future endeavors to promote harmony and prosperity.

Senator Muhammad Ali Saif, and Senator Mirza Muhammad Afridi apprised the prime minister about the IPC. They said it was the first official visit of the delegation from Pakistan to Djibouti to establish Pakistan’s ‘Engage Africa’ policy, which aimed at rooting its ties with the African continent by intensifying Islamabad’s diplomatic footprint in the region and expanding economic engagement.

Djibouti Prime Minister expressed his goodwill and wished peace, prosperity, and friendship for the people of Pakistan.

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