ISLAMABAD: During a meeting between the presidents of Pakistan and Bosnia, the two agreed on increased sharing of terrorism-related intelligence between the two countries, Radio Pakistan reported on Tuesday.
President of Bosnia and Herzegovina Bakir Izetbegovic visited President Zardari at the President House.
Zardari stated that militancy and drug trade were nurtured by the international community as war weapons and called upon the international players to share responsibility and come forward to help Pakistan in this regard.
Stating that Pakistan values its relations with Bosnia and Herzegovina, Zardari called for further strengthening of bilateral ties.
Zardari assured his Bosnian counterpart of all out support and cooperation of Pakistan’s government in boosting trade ties between the two nations.
Spokesperson to the President Senator Farhatullah Babar said that President Zardari reiterated that Pakistan stand by the people of Bosnia in their quest for peace and progress and said that Pakistan remains steadfast in its support to the sovereignty and territorial integrity of Bosnia.
Two defence and commerce-related Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) were also signed during the meeting. Describing the agreement as a significant step forward‚ both the leaders expressed hope that it will go a long way in further strengthening military and trade ties.