Pakistan wants cooperation with Nepal: Pakistani PM Imran Khan

Kathmandu: Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he is ready to further promote relations between Pakistan and Nepal.

During a meeting with Nepal’s Ambassador to Pakistan Tapas Adhikari on Tuesday, he said he was keen to work with Nepal to promote bilateral relations, according to the Nepal Embassy in Islamabad.

Recalling his visit to Nepal as an independent citizen, Prime Minister Khan said there are many similarities between Pakistan and Nepal due to cultural and geographical diversity.

Talking about the cordial relations between Nepal and Pakistan based on goodwill, mutual trust and cooperation, the Ambassador said the founders of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) have similar views in the United Nations and other important forums.

Stating that there is ample potential for the promotion of cultural and adventure tourism between Nepal and Pakistan, he expressed his determination to make every effort for that.

Ambassador Adhikari expressed his gratitude for Pakistan’s moral and financial support in Nepal’s fight against the Covid epidemic.