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Visit to Tajikistan: Prime Minister Imran Khan will attend the SCO summit today.
According to details, the Prime Minister also will attend a gathering of the peace Treaty Organization on the topic of Afghanistan.

According to sources, the Prime Minister will address both the meetings, which can be telecast survive Pakistan Television.

Later, Prime Minister Imran Khan will visit the Presidential Palace to satisfy with Tajik President Emomali Rakhmon.

According to sources, there’ll be delegation level meetings, signing of memoranda of understanding and a joint news conference of the leaders of the 2 countries at the Presidential Palace.

It is to be noted that Prime Minister Imran Khan is in Tajikistan on a two-day visit to attend the SCO Summit. During the visit, the Prime Minister also met with the Presidents of Iran, Kazakhstan, Belarus and Uzbekistan.

Yesterday, Tajik Prime Minister Qahir Rasulzada received Prime Minister Imran Khan, amid Federal Ministers Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Fawad Chaudhry, Ali Zaidi, Security Adviser Moeed Yusuf, Trade Adviser Abdul Razzaq Daud.

The Prime Minister will also address a joint business forum in Tajikistan. The business conference will focus on enhancing business ties.

It may be recalled that Prime Minister Imran Khan and Iranian President Ibrahim Raisi met in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan, yesterday. During the meeting, the two leaders discussed bilateral relations, the region and international issues of mutual interest.

The Prime Minister congratulated Ibrahim Raeesi on winning the presidential election in Iran and reiterated Pakistan’s commitment to continue working with Iran to further strengthen and expand fraternal ties between the two countries, on trade, economic sector and regional ties. Special attention was paid.

Highlighting the dire human rights situation in occupied Kashmir, the Prime Minister said that Iran’s just and principled stance was a source of strength to fight for the right of Kashmiris to self-determination.

Stressing on Pakistan’s vital interest in a peaceful, stable and prosperous Afghanistan, he said that after 40 years, there is an opportunity to finally end the conflict and war in Afghanistan. Immediate steps were needed to strengthen the security situation in Afghanistan, prevent the humanitarian crisis and stabilize the economy.

Imran Khan added that stabilization efforts would be strengthened by respecting the rights of all sections of Afghan society and the comprehensive political structure.

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