Partial Abolition of Visa Between Pakistan and Malaysia
Partial abolition of Visa between Pakistan and Malaysia
Pakistan and Malaysia assented to terminate the need for a visa to travel between the two countries. A formal agreement was signed on Wednesday. Pakistan official said.
The Malaysian Foreign Ministry announced that after the formal discussions between the Prime Minister of Malaysia. Mahathir Muhammad and PM, Imran Khan, attended the ceremony. Foreign Office speaker, Dr. Mohammad Faisal posted a tweet, FM Shah Mahmood Qureshi and Malaysian Home Minister Tan Sri Dato Haji Muhyiddin signed the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Partial Abolition of the Visa Requirement in the presence of PM Imran Khan and Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohammad.
Moreover, the two countries consulted over different issues. They agreed to increase collaborative efforts in areas like international trade, expenditure, privatization, and food.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, in a conference in Kuala Lumpur with Mahathir Muhammad. Spoke on how Malaysia serves as an example for Pakistan. The way that Malaysia regained economic stability and improved its trade and social development has motivated Pakistan to learn. He expressed that the tourism sector in Pakistan needs to be ameliorated just like Malaysia’s because there are countless resources yet to be exploited.
Dr. Mahathir Muhammad also joined in by saying that Pakistan and Malaysia relate to each other’s struggles. therefore, the two nations should cooperate with one another. He stressed that it will be extremely beneficial for both the economies if they decide to work together. Besides this, it has been decided to that Pakistan and Malaysia will be dialogue partners at the ASEAN organization.
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