Deputy Chairman Senate Saleem Mandviwala Tuesday said Pakistan and Morocco would further boost the Parliamentary linkages to mutually benefit and support each other in economic, education and social sectors.
While talking to the Mohamed Karmoune, Ambassador of Morocco who called on him here at Parliament House, he said that Pakistan and Morocco shared many commonalities and both had supported each other on International issues. He said there was a need to enhance cooperation in economic, education and tourism for mutual benefits of the two sides.
He said that the exchange of Parliamentary delegations would steer the agenda to enhance bilateral ties and economic relationship. The deputy chairman said Morocco could benefit from Pakistan in different sectors especially education and training. He said both the countries could further cement their relation in tourism, education, livestock, and dairy development sectors. He said that tangible were required to develop a strong link between business communities and create an enabling environment for investment in mutually beneficial projects.
The Ambassador welcomed the remarks of Deputy Chairman Senate and agreed with the views to enhance bilateral cooperation in different sectors. Senators Muhammad Javed Abbasi and Sajjad Hussain Turi were also present on the occasion. They also underscored the need for enhanced parliamentary linkages by activating the friendship groups at bilateral levels to learn from experiences of each other.