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Pakistan Kazakhstan agree to promote cooperation in agriculture sector

Pakistan and Kazakhstan agree

Pakistan and Kazakhstan agree to promote bilateral cooperation in agriculture sector.

Pakistan and Kazakhstan reached consensus on bilateral agricultural cooperation during a meeting between Minister for National Food Security and Research Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtyar and Kazakhstan Ambassador Akan Rakhmetullin.

They had a meeting in Islamabad.

Pakistan Kazakhstan agree

They also discussed the issue of wheat availability in Pakistan and probable assistance of Kazakhstan in this regard.

Besides, Pakistan and Kazakhshtan agreed to sign a memorandum of understanding as well.

History of bilateral relations

Pakistan was among the first few countries which recognized Kazakhstan when it attained independence in December 1991. Diplomatic relations between the two countries were established in 1992. Pakistan and Kazakhstan enjoy cordial relations based on common approach towards world issues as well as mutual understanding and goodwill for each other.
Pakistan provides natural link to connect the Eurasian heartland with the Arabian Sea and South Asia. We offer the critical over land routes and connectivity for mutually beneficial trade and energy transaction intra-regionally and inter-regionally
The first Prime Ministerial visit from Pakistan took place in 1995 followed by second Prime Ministerial visit in 2011. President of Pakistan also visited Kazakhstan in 2011.
President Nazarbayev visited Pakistan twice in 1992 and 2003. Several Parliamentary and Ministerial as well as high level officials also exchanged visits.

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