Prime Minister to leave for Sri Lanka on two-day official visit on Feb 23 to ink important accords
ISLAMABAD February 21 (News Inspection) Prime Minister Imran Khan will pay a two-day official visit to Sri Lanka from February 23 to ink important mutual accords to further strengthen ties.
According to a Foreign Office spokesperson, the Prime Minister will visit Sri Lanka at the invitation of the Prime Minister of Sri Lanka. Prime Minister Imran Khan will be accompanied by a high level delegation.
The Prime Minister will hold meetings with the President of Sri Lanka and his counterpart Mahinda Rajapaksa.
According to the Foreign Office, the Prime Minister will lead delegation-level talks between the two countries. The talks will focus on bilateral trade, investment, health, education and agriculture. According to the spokesman, the two countries will discuss cooperation in science and technology, defense, security, culture and tourism. Bilateral issues, important regional and international issues will be discussed during the talks.
According to the spokesperson, talks will be held between the two countries to further promote parliamentary exchanges.
According to the Foreign Office, the reconstitution of the Sri Lanka-Pakistan Parliamentary Friendship Association will also be announced and besides this, the Prime Minister will also attend a joint trade and investment conference. A number of agreements will be signed with Sri Lanka to enhance bilateral cooperation.