The two nations marked numerous MoUs Tuesday
- PM Imran Khan has said that his visit to Sri Lanka will reinforce the reciprocal relationship and exchange ties between the two nations.
He was addressing the press after a one-on-one gathering with his Sri Lankan partner Mahinda Rajapaksa in Colombo.
“Pakistan is important for the Belt and Road Initiative of China,” the Pakistan head said. “I have asked my assignment here to discover available resources where we can upgrade… network straight up to Central Asia for Sri Lanka.”
The two premiers examined the territories wherein they could improve their exchange ties and the methods for Sri Lanka to profit by Pakistan’s network, he said.
PM Khan said Pakistan and Sri Lanka both confronted the scourge of psychological warfare and now the two nations were confronting the Covid pandemic.
“The created world right presently ought not be separate,” he said. “They should understand that this is a difficult which has caused everybody, except it has hit the helpless nations more.”
The Pakistan chief said he examined with his Sri Lankan partner how they could mutually chip away at getting obligation help for helpless nations.
Pakistan and Sri Lanka prior marked a few notices of comprehension in different areas including business, venture, instruction, science and innovation and modern collaboration.
The marking function was held in Colombo on Tuesday within the sight of the tops of the two nations.