PM arrives in Bosnia on three-day official visit

Published: December 20, 2016
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Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif arrived in Bosnia and Herzegovina Tuesday on a three-day official visit following an invitation by the country’s Chairman of the Council of Ministers Dr Denis Zvidvic.

He is accompanied by Special Assistant on Foreign Affairs Syed Tariq Fatemi, Radio Pakistan reported.

PM Nawaz Sharif arrives in Bosnia on Tuesday. SCREEN GRAB

During the visit, the prime minister will meet chairman and members of the country’s presidency, and members of its parliament.

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He is also due to speak at a business forum and hold a meeting with members of Foreign Trade Chamber and Foreign Investment Promotion Agency of the country.

Regional and international issues of mutual concern will also come under discussion with Bosnian leadership.

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Reader Comments (3)

  • Abdullah
    Dec 20, 2016 - 6:55PM

    One of the best move by PM, actually we are a bit late but now direction is correct. We need to develop good relationship with central Asian countries, they are our natural allies. Apart from defense ties, better trading relationships can also be made. If we have a look on last few months of Pakistan’s activities in foreign relations, in fact India itself is isolated, but they are taunting Pakistan.Recommend

  • Titan
    Dec 21, 2016 - 5:12AM

    @Abdullah: Bosnia is in Eastern Europe not Central Asia.Recommend

  • S.R.H. Hashmi
    Dec 21, 2016 - 11:12AM

    Details of Prime Minister’s engagement clearly show that it would have been more than enough to send some ministers and officials on the tour, all traveling by schedule flights. This would have saved the country a huge bill and avoided the situation of ailing PIA inconveniencing its passengers again by having to spare a large aeroplane for the royal tour with dozens of attendants, and stay in pretigious hotels to make the visit worth the glory of a Monarch.

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