Aviation minister, British envoy discuss coronavirus crisis

ISLAMABAD: Aviation Minister Ghulam Sarwar Khan received the British High Commissioner to Pakistan Dr. Christian Turner on Friday and discussed a range of issues including the coronavirus crisis.
The aviation minister highlighted the strong relationship and the long history between Pakistan and United Kingdom. He inquired about the health of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is suffering from coronavirus, and conveyed his best wishes for his speedy recovery. 
The British envoy thanked the aviation minister for his efforts to evacuate 2,000 stranded UK nationals back to their country. He stated that the two countries should enhance mutually beneficial collaboration in the time of coronavirus. He stated that both countries have immense trade potential which should be fulfilled in order to further strengthen bilateral ties.
The aviation minister reaffirmed Pakistan’s commitment towards enhancing aviation operations with United Kingdom and assured the British High Commissioner of his full support in accommodating all of the stranded UK nationals in Pakistan.
He further stated that the future of the two countries is very bright and that there is a high potential for trade. The two dignitaries agreed to speed up efforts to accommodate stranded nationals of the two countries.
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