Pakistan values ties with Bahrain: Ambassador Javed Malik

Pakistan values ties with Bahrain: Ambassador Javed Malik

Pakistan values ties with Bahrain: Ambassador Javed Malik

(Manama) – Ambassador of Pakistan to the Kingdom of Bahrain, Javed Malik met with Chairman Shura Council, Ali Bin Saleh Al Saleh to finalize plans for the visit of a high level delegation of Bahraini Parliamentarians that will visit Pakistan between 25th-27th September led by Ali Bin Saleh Al Saleh, Chairman Shura Council (Upper House of Bahraini Parliament), says a press release received from Bahrain.

Speaking about the visit, Ambassador of Pakistan to the Kingdom of Bahrain, Javed Malik said that this is the fourth high level visit from Bahrain to Pakistan, earlier this year Bahraini Ministers of Foreign Affairs, as well as Commerce and Industry have already visited Pakistan in addition to the visit of the brother of the King of Bahrain.

These visits clearly indicate the growing bilateral ties between Pakistan and Bahrain and the importance that both countries accord to its relations with Pakistan.

Ambassador Javed Malik further added that Pakistan attaches lot of importance to consolidating and expanding its ties with Bahrain and other GCC countries as it part of our effort to continue and enhance our cooperation in the interest of regional stability and economic prosperity for all sides.

He said that the presidency of the GCC is presently with Bahrain, and both Pakistan and Bahrain are important members of the OIC and the Muslim world, we continue to explore ways to further strengthen our engagement at every level.

Ambassador Javed Malik said that the delegation will meet with President, Prime Minister, Chairman Senate and Speaker National Assembly to convey the greetings of His Majesty King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa and the people of Bahrain.

The Chairman Shura Council of Bahrain Ali Bin Saleh Al Saleh leads a delegation which includes, Khalid Muhamamd Al Mussalam, Mr. Fuad Ahmed Alhajee, Ms. Jameela Ali Salman, Mr. Nawar Ali Al Mahmood, Ms. Zahwa Mohanmmed Alkawari and others and will arrive in Islamabad on Monday 25th September.

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