Pakistan wants closer ties with all countries: President (Daily Messenger (Pakistan))
President Mamnoon Hussain has said Pakistan wants to further strengthen its friendly and brotherly relations with all the countries.
He said this while talking to ambassadors-designate of Australia, Brazil, Holy See, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Korea, Mauritius, Singapore, and Guinea to Pakistan, who separately called on him in Islamabad on Friday and presented their credentials.
The President said there are ample opportunities of investment in Pakistan and foreign investors should take advantage of Pakistan’s investment friendly policies by investing in the country.
Highlighting Pakistan’s sacrifices in war on terror, he said Pakistan has rendered numerous sacrifices in this war and is trying to eliminate the scourge at the international level.
Mamnoon Hussain said military operation Zarb-e-Azb is going on successfully against terrorism and will continue till the elimination of last terrorist.
Meanwhile, talking to Ambassador-designate to Jordan Shafaat Ullah Shah, President Mamnoon Hussain said Pakistan is keen to enhance its relations with Jordan in all fields of mutual interest including defence.
He said the two countries have true potential to enhance the volume of bilateral trade.
He said exchanges of business delegation between the two countries can be effective in this regard.
The President advised the envoy-designate to project Pakistan’s image as a moderate, progressive, responsible and development oriented country.