FM, UK minister express satisfaction on bilateral ties

ISLAMABAD  -   Pakistan and the United Kingdom yesterday agreed to strengthen the institu­tional coordination to fur­ther improve bilateral re­lations. The bilateral ties were discussed in a meet­ing between Interim For­eign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani and UK’s Minister of State Lord Tariq Ahmed, on the sidelines of the 10th Commonwealth Ministeri­al Meeting held at the Com­monwealth Headquarters, the foreign ministry said. In the meeting, the two sides discussed in detail the bilat­eral relations and expressed satisfaction over the cur­rent trajectory of the ties. The two ministers agreed to take measures for further promotion of bilateral rela­tions. They held delibera­tions over the formulation of joint strategy to increase bilateral trade, cooperate in education and climate change sectors.

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