Islamabad: Honorary Consuls, Mr Ali Behram, (Sudan) based in Lahore, Syed M Umair, (Dominican Republic), Lahore and Mian Nasir Janjua (Kazakhstan) called on Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani and briefed the Prime Minister about the efforts in promoting cooperation between Pakistan and the countries they represent.
The Prime Minister said that there was a lot of fertile land in Sudan that requires the agriculture expertise and hard working farmers from Pakistan to develop agriculture in the country.
The Honorary Consul said that South Sudan was rich in oil and he would try to enhance cooperation in this sector.
Syed M Umair said that there was a lot of demand for Pakistan’s bed Linen and textile products in the country and he would endeavour to harness the full potential.
Prime Minister while talking to Kazakhstan Honorary Consul said that he envisaged a new paradigm to develop good relations with neighbours for realizing dividends of geographical proximity for the people of the respective countries.
The Prime Minister said that it was his utmost desire to further improve relations with Afghanistan, China, India, Iraq and Sri Lanka because neighbours are permanent and therefore should live with them in peace and harmony.
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