Dinner for members of Pakistan-Japan group

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Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, Mr. Hiroshi Inomata hosted a dinner at his residence to trade views with the Members of Pakistan-Japan Parliamentary Friendship Group within the Nationwide Meeting. H.E. Sardar Ayaz Sadiq, Speaker Nationwide Meeting and President of Pakistan-Japan Parliamentary Friendship Group, H.E. Syed Tariq Fatemi, Particular Assistant to the Prime Minister and Members of the Friendship Group attended the event.

Mr. Hiroshi Inomata welcomed H.E. Sardar Ayaz Sadiq and the distinguished members of the Pakistan-Japan Parliamentary Friendship Group and mentioned that Japan thought-about Pakistan as one in all its shut mates and desired to additional strengthen bilateral relations. He mentioned that Embassy of Japan in Pakistan would proceed to play its position to in bettering the ties and cooperation between the 2 nations. He assured that Japanese Mission would lengthen full help in selling interplay between parliamentarians of Japan and Pakistan.

Addressing the gathering, H.E. Sardar Ayaz Sadiq mentioned that Pakistan connected immense significance to its many years’ previous friendship with Japan and wished to strengthen it by enhanced people-to-people and parliamentary contacts. He knowledgeable that Pakistan-Japan Parliamentary Friendship Group had been reconstituted after the establishment of current Nationwide Meeting in June, 2013 by appointing Ms. Ayesha Raza Farooq, MNA as its convener. He mentioned that since then the Group had carried out intensive actions. He expressed the hope that this event would assist additional to strengthen the bilateral relationship between Pakistan and Japan in addition to encouraging legislators’ contacts between the 2 nations for trade of views and experiences.

Japan and Pakistan established the diplomatic relation in April 28, 1952. Since then, Japan and Pakistan have been having fun with cordial and pleasant bilateral relations in a variety of areas. Japan additionally began its financial cooperation for Pakistan in 1954 and has constructed good bilateral relations stretching over many years.

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