Prime Minister meets with Kazakhstan’s President to discuss bilateral relations
On the margins of the SCO Council of Heads of State summit in Dushanbe, he spoke with Kazakhstan’s President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev.
Prime Minister Imran Khan emphasized the importance of connectivity, as well as Pakistan’s key role in providing the quickest path to the sea.
He also emphasized the importance of the Trans-Afghan railway project, which runs from Termez to Mazar-e-Sharif, Kabul to Jalalabad, and Peshawar to Kabul.
The Prime Minister also detailed his strategy for socioeconomic growth, emphasizing the importance of changing the country’s focus from geopolitics to geoeconomics.
Peace and stability in Afghanistan, according to Imran Khan, are critical for Pakistan and the region. He emphasized the need of the international community continuing to help the Afghan people.
The two presidents addressed critical regional and international problems as well as bilateral relations.
The two presidents also agreed to strengthen Pakistan-Kazakhstan ties in a variety of areas.