Kyrgyz delegation led by Ambassador calls on Adviser to PM

F.P. Report

ISLAMABAD: A Kyrgyz Embassy delegation led by Kyrgyz Ambassador to Pakistan H E Ulanbek Totuiaev on Thursday met Adviser to Prime Minister for Political, Public Affairs and National Heritage & Culture and discussed matters pertaining to bilateral interests.

Welcoming the delegation, Adviser to Prime Minister said Pakistan looked forward to taking its ties with the Kyrgyz Republic to the next level.

Secretary National Heritage and Culture Fareena Mazhar, Senior Joint Secretary for NC&C Abdul Sattar Khokhar and other senior officials were also present on occasion.

During meeting, the matters of joint collaborative activities, celebration of Central Asian common cultural aspects and signing of new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for promotion of arts and culture have been discussed.

Adviser to Prime Minister Engr Amir Muqam said there was immense potential to further enhance bilateral cooperation in various fields including culture and heritage.

Engr Amir Muqam said that Pakistan and Kyrgyz Republic should take advantage of the opportunity at hand and ensure maximum cooperation.

During meeting, they discussed ways and means for the exchange of expertise and knowledge in the field of literature and cultural heritage.

The adviser to Prime Minister welcomed the idea of the cultural and literary exchanges to further enhance cooperation in the field of national heritage and culture.

Speaking on the occasion, the ambassador of Kirgizstan said strong bilateral ties between Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan reflected that both nations were ready to build the next decades of future cooperation.

He emphasized establishing stronger trade ties, enhancing cultural exchanges and mutual collaboration in the cultural and literature fields between both countries.