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ECO Summit fortifies Pakistan-Azerbaijan ties

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Shusha,12 October 2023 (WAI): During the 27th Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) Council of Foreign Ministers Meeting, Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Jalil Abbas Jilani, had a productive meeting with Azerbaijan’s Foreign Minister, Jeyhun Bayramov in Azerbaijan.

During this bilateral meeting, Foreign Minister Jilani expressed his deepest congratulations to Foreign Minister Bayramov on Azerbaijan’s successful hosting of the 27th ECO Council of Ministers Meeting. Both ministers emphasized their commitment to advancing Pakistan-Azerbaijan collaboration in various critical areas.

Among the important themes discussed were the two ministers’ shared resolve to strengthen economic and trade ties between the two countries. They desired to seize the chances for mutual benefit and acknowledged the untapped potential for economic collaboration. The ministers highlighted the significance of exploring new possibilities to increase trade and investment.

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The conversation also focused on connectivity, which recognized the importance of regional connectedness in fostering economic growth and development. The potential for infrastructural growth and partnership that could ease the flow of people and products between Pakistan and Azerbaijan was acknowledged by both countries.

The ministers also underlined their commitment to fostering interpersonal interactions. A stronger understanding and friendship between the people of Pakistan and Azerbaijan will arise through increasing cultural exchanges, travel, and educational possibilities.

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The meeting between Foreign Minister Jalil Abbas Jilani and Foreign Minister Jeyhun Bayramov was crucial to further building Pakistan and Azerbaijan’s friendly and mutually beneficial relations. The 27th ECO Council of Foreign Ministers Meeting’s successful discussions have prepared the groundwork for more crucial collaboration in commerce, connectivity, and people-to-people ties.

Both ministers expressed hope for the future of this alliance, which is anticipated to result in tangible benefits for the populations and economies of Pakistan and Azerbaijan.

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