Rashid discusses Afg, Pakistan-Qatar trade with Qatari Premier

ISLAMABAD: Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed has said that Pakistan and Qatar have immense scope for trade and called for enhancing business ties between the two countries.
The interior minister said this during a meeting with Qatari Prime Minister Khalid bin Khalifa in Doha on Monday, said a press statement issued here.
They also exchanged views about Pak-Qatar bilateral relations and trade promotion including increase in Pakistani manpower and internal security issues in Qatar.
Talking about the regional situation, Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said that sustainable peace in Afghanistan is a long-standing common objective of Pakistan and Qatar and Islamabad appreciates Doha’s exemplary role in this regard. He also handed over a special letter from Prime Minister Imran Khan to Khalid bin Khalifa, carrying a goodwill message to the people of both countries.
Shaikh Rashid also attended the Milipol Qatar International Exhibition and visited the Pakistani stall and inspected the products. He will return to Islamabad on Wednesday.
Earlier in the day, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed reached Doha to represent Pakistan at the three-day 13th International Event for Homeland Security and Civil Defence Milipol, Qatar, 2021 that began on Monday.
The minister spoke at the international expo and visited the Pakistan stall there.
International leaders and officials will also participate in the seminar to lay out pathways to a safer world. It is a three-day event which takes place every two years. – TLTP

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