ISLAMABAD: On Wednesday, President Emomali Rahmon of Tajikistan will touch down in Pakistan for a two-day official visit.
The two sides will discuss enhancing their bilateral cooperation in a number of areas during the visit, and several bilateral agreements and memorandums of understanding are anticipated to be signed.
The visit is anticipated to provide a fresh push to the two nations’ expanding geo-economic partnership and their growing collaboration in a variety of industries.
Mumtaz Zahra Baloch, a spokeswoman for the Foreign Office, said in a statement that Pakistan and Tajikistan are friendly nations united by deep-rooted historical, cultural, and religious ties.
She claimed that mutual respect and uncommon cordiality characterise these connections and that the two nations have similar views on a variety of regional and global issues.