President Mamnoon Hussain underlined the significance of standard high-level bilateral interplay, parliamentary exchanges and people-to-people contacts between Pakistan and Nigeria for imparting new impetus to bilateral relations in various fields.
The President stated this whereas speaking to Excessive Commissioner – designate of Pakistan to Nigeria Lt. Gen. (Retd) Agha Muhammad Umer Farooq who known as on him at Aiwan-e-Sadr.
The president congratulated the Excessive Commissioner-designate on his new project, and expressed hope that his appointment would additional strengthen Pakistan’s relations with Nigeria.
The President emphasised on the necessity for larger efforts to reinforce bilateral commerce via frequent change of commerce delegations. The President known as for elevated efforts in direction of selling funding in each nations, and underscored Pakistani personal sector’s keenness for mutually useful joint ventures with their Nigerian counterparts within the fertilizer, sugar, cement and palm oil sectors.
The President stated that Pakistan and Nigeria ought to take benefit from every others’ experience within the subject of agriculture. The President acknowledged that scientists and specialists within the agricultural sector ought to be exchanged for the mutual bilateral advantages including that Nigeria’s experience be utilized to impart coaching to Pakistani scientists in palm oil cultivation and palm oil germplasm.