ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Belarus celebrated the 25th anniversary of establishment of diplomatic relations on 3 February 2019. The leadership of the two countries exchanged congratulatory messages on this auspicious occasion.
According to Foreign Office spokesman, the two countries have developed a strong relationship over the past 25 years, which is based on mutual trust, respect and cooperation.
The two sides have been able to maintain a positive trajectory in sustaining high level interactions and cementing cooperation in diverse spheres, including political, trade, economic, agriculture, industry, health, defence, science and technology, education and culture.
The two countries have been able to establish solid foundations for cooperation in all fields of mutual importance through strong institutional mechanisms and regular interactions at ministerial and senior official levels.
Pakistan and Belarus have also maintained successful cooperation at the United Nations and other international fora during these years.
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LAHORE: Punjab provincial minister and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf leader Aleem Khan has produced before National Accountability Bureau (NAB) court in Lahore, today, Thursday. According to the official sources, NAB authorities will plead for 15-day physical remand of Aleem Khan. In this … read more
LONDON: Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Shah Makhdoom Qureshi, has inaugurated an Exhibition on Kashmir marking the observance of Kashmir Solidarity Day in London. British Member Parliament Imran Hussain, and Chairperson of World Congress of Overseas Pakistanis (WCOP), Mr. Naheed Randhawa, … read more