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Turkmen Ambassador Meets Pakistani Prime Minister to Bolster Bilateral Ties

Islamabad, In a gesture to strengthen diplomatic and economic relations, the Ambassador of Turkmenistan, H.E. Atadjan Movlamov, met with Pakistani Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif today in Islamabad. The meeting underscored ongoing efforts to enhance cooperation between the two nations, particularly in trade, energy, and regional connectivity.

According to Press Information Department, during the courtesy call at the Prime Minister House, Ambassador Movlamov conveyed congratulations from Turkmen leaders on Prime Minister Sharif’s recent re-election. Prime Minister Sharif expressed appreciation for the felicitations from Turkmen President Serdar Berdimohamedov and National Leader Gurbanguly Berdimohamedov, recalling his productive past meetings with them and anticipating future interactions.

The discussions highlighted the historic and cultural bonds shared between Pakistan and Turkmenistan, with a mutual interest in advancing these relations further. Prime Minister Sharif emphasized the importance of boosting bilateral trade and energy exchanges as well as improving connectivity to enhance regional cooperation. He also advocated for increased high-level exchanges and regular bilateral meetings to sustain momentum in various collaborative ventures.

Ambassador Movlamov, who also serves as the Dean of the Diplomatic Corps in Islamabad, acknowledged the support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other Pakistani government bodies, which has facilitated his diplomatic duties. The meeting reflects a continued commitment from both countries to deepen ties and collaborate on broad regional initiatives.

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