Pakistan’s new Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi guaranteed President Maithripala Sirisena that Pakistan would continue the assistance provided to Sri Lanka.
The Pakistani Prime Minister additionally said that Pakistan will resolve to take the financial and exchange connection between the two nations to a more grounded level through new another approach.
The Pakistani Prime Minister made these comments when he met the President Maithripala Sirisena who is in New York to go to the 72nd General Assembly of the United Nations yesterday (19).
Amid this meeting the two pioneers reviewed the long-standing two-sided relations between Sri Lanka and Pakistan and stressed the need to further consolidation the relationship.
President Sirisena expressed that previous Pakistani Premier Nawaz Sharif is a decent companion of him and reviewed the well disposed participation of Mr. Sharif towards him and Sri Lanka. The President acknowledged help gave by Pakistan to Sri Lanka as a genuine companion, amid the time of contention in the nation.
He also expressed unique a debt of gratitude is in order for the help given by Pakistan to Sri Lanka in the United Nations Human Rights Council.
The two pioneers examined about the approaches to advance financial and business relations between the two nations. They concentrated on the fields of gas and oil.
Sri Lankan President and Pakistani Premier consented to advance tourism and proceed with the collaboration in security issues.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan accentuated that Pakistan is prepared to help Sri Lanka’s development exercises at whatever point required.