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Bilawal Bhutto Meets Japanese Prime Minister in Tokyo

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari met Japan’s PM and discussed mutual interests.

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari previously met with his Japanese colleague Hayashi Yoshimasa in Tokyo and had delegation-level bilateral talks.

The government and people of Pakistan sent their wishes through the foreign minister. Both leaders expressed a desire to increase bilateral engagement and cooperation in various areas during the discussion.

The foreign minister announced that Pakistan and Japan have decided to expand their bilateral cooperation in a number of areas, including trade, investment, and the IT industry. According to him, the two sides also decided to increase their collaboration in the areas of human resource development, tourism, and agriculture, all of which are mutually beneficial.

According to Bilawal, Pakistan and Japan have also decided to look at ways to collaborate on specific projects involving solarization, desalination, water purification, and the reconstruction of residential buildings in Pakistani flood-affected areas.

In order to ease the export of skilled labour, the two parties agreed to undertake language proficiency assessments for the Japanese language in Pakistan. According to Bilawal, they also discussed numerous cooperative projects with Japanese companies in Pakistan.

According to him, Pakistan and Japan enjoy friendly relations, have been close friends for a long time, and have a unique affinity based on long-standing ties that span much of history and space. He claimed that Japan and its people hold a special place in the hearts of the Pakistani people.

According to the foreign minister, Pakistan places a high value on its relationship with Japan because the two nations have supported one another in difficult times. He extended his appreciation for hosting him and his delegation to his Japanese counterpart.

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