Qureshi meets Tajik counterpart

Published July 13, 2021
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi (left) met his Tajik counterpart Sirojiddin Muhriddin on Monday. — Photo courtesy Twitter
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi (left) met his Tajik counterpart Sirojiddin Muhriddin on Monday. — Photo courtesy Twitter

ISLAMABAD: Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and his Tajik counterpart Sirojiddin Muhriddin on Monday expressed commitment to enhancing bilateral ties in areas of economy, trade and people-to-people relations in line with the vision of their leadership.

During a meeting held on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation-Council of Foreign Ministers (SCO-CFM) at the Tajik Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the two sides stressed the need for taking their cooperation at the SCO forum to next level.

The meeting was focused on issues of mutual and regional importance, besides promotion of bilateral cooperation in multilateral fields, said a statement received here.

Foreign Minister Qureshi congratulated his Tajik counterpart on hosting the SCO-CFM meeting on the eve of the organisation’s 20th anniversary.

Published in Dawn, July 13th, 2021

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