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Pakistan and Turkmenistan Aim to Deepen Bilateral Ties in Trade, Energy, and Connectivity


Islamabad, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif today emphasized the need for strengthened bilateral relations with Turkmenistan, focusing on enhancing trade, energy, and regional connectivity. This discussion occurred during a meeting with Turkmenistan’s Ambassador Atadjan Movlamov, who visited the Prime Minister to convey the Turkmen leadership’s congratulations on his recent re-election.



According to Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, the meeting underscored the deep-rooted, historical, and cultural connections between the two countries, with both sides expressing a commitment to further these ties through increased high-level exchanges and institutional collaborations. Prime Minister Sharif appreciated the congratulatory messages from Turkmen President Serdar Berdimohamedov and Gurbanguly Berdimohamedov, the National Leader of the Turkmen people, reflecting fondly on past interactions and expressing eagerness for future engagements.



Ambassador Movlamov briefed the Prime Minister on the ongoing activities between the two nations and expressed his gratitude for the continued support from Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other governmental bodies. The discussions also highlighted the importance of regular meetings and cooperative initiatives that could benefit both nations, particularly in enhancing economic and infrastructural development.



This meeting marks a significant step towards reinforcing the strategic partnership between Pakistan and Turkmenistan, with both sides aiming to capitalize on opportunities for cooperation that could lead to mutual benefits in trade, energy, and connectivity sectors.

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