PM Imran to leave for Malaysia on Nov 20

The two premiers will conduct one-on-one talks, followed by delegation-level talks during the visit

Our Correspondent November 15, 2018
The two premiers will conduct one on one talks, followed by delegation-level talks during the visit. PHOTO: FILE

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will be paying an official two-day state visit to Malaysia on November 20, Foreign Office Spokesperson Dr Muhammad Faisal confirmed on Thursday.

PM Imran will be accompanied by a high-level delegation on the visit which would be the first state visit by any foreign leader since Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad assumed Malaysia's top office in May.

The visit also will also mark the premier's first bilateral visit to Malaysia. The two prime ministers will conduct one-on-one talks with one another, followed by delegation-level talks.

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Pakistan and Malaysia enjoy warm brotherly relations, mutual respect, friendship and understanding reinforced by strong cultural and religious affinities.

The prime minister's visit will provide an opportunity to further cement the existing friendly and cordial bilateral relations between the two countries, by enhancing economic, trade and commercial ties, for our mutual benefit.

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The Malysian High Commissioner to Pakistan called on the Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Islamabad on Thursday.

During the meeting with the high commissioner, FM Qureshi expressed the desire to further strengthen bilateral relations between both countries in economic and political spheres.


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