Pakistan offers services of skilled workers, IT experts to Japan

President Arif Alvi thanks Japanese government for assistance to combat Covid-19 pandemic


APP February 23, 2021
Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan Kuniori Matsuda called on President Arif Alvi. PHOTO: PID

ISLAMABAD:

President Dr Arif Alvi while highlighting Pakistan’s investment potential has underscored that Japan could avail abundant business opportunities in the country, especially in sectors like agriculture, automobile, information technology and textile.

Speaking to Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan Kuniori Matsuda, who called on him at his official residence in Islamabad on Monday, the president said Pakistan attached great importance to its ties with Japan as both the countries enjoyed cordial relations in various fields for decades, according to the President House official statement.

He said Japan enjoyed tremendous goodwill in Pakistan as the government and people of Pakistan highly valued the important contribution made by Japan in supporting development efforts in Pakistan.

President Alvi expressed the desire to further enhance trade and economic relations for the mutual benefits of the two countries.

He also appreciated the Japanese government's decision to suspend debt repayments under the Debt Service Suspension Initiative and thanked for the assistance provided to Pakistan to combat Covid-19 pandemic.

He stressed the need to increase frequency of bilateral exchanges at the highest level to further strengthen cooperation between the two countries.

Japan could recruit skilled workers and IT experts from Pakistan to meet its human resource requirements, he added.

The president asked the ambassador to convey his heartfelt felicitations and best wishes to Japanese Emperor Naruhito on his birthday falling on Tuesday (February 23).

The Japanese ambassador congratulated the president over the recently concluded Pakistan Navy’s Multinational Maritime Exercise Aman-2021. "It brought countries from different parts of the world to work together for collective purpose," he added.


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