Pakistan-Netherland ties were based on mutual trust and respect: Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani

Islamabad: Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani observed that Pakistan traditionally enjoyed friendly relations with Netherlands and these ties were based on mutual trust, respect and shared perceptions on global issues.  He said that our bilateral relations are marked by convergence of views on issues of mutual interest.  He expressed these views in a meeting with Mr.  Wouter Plomp, Ambassador of Netherlands here at Parliament House on Tuesday.

Senate Chairman underscored the need for enhancing bilateral trade between the two sides as these exists a substantial potential for further expansion of trade and economic ties.  Chairman Senate further observed that Pakistan provides conducive environment for investment and would encourage more investments from Dutch companies in the field of renewable energy, agriculture and horticulture as well as water management.  “We look forward to more Dutch companies benefiting from Pakistan’s liberal trade and investment regime”, said Sadiq Sanjrani.

Ambassador of Netherlands to Pakistan Mr. Wouter Plomp also met with Deputy Chairman of senate Saleem Mandviwala at parliament house, both exchanged views to further strengthen trade and investment relations.

Dutch Envoy thanked Senate Chairman for his welcomed remarks and called for strong trade and economic relations between the two sides.  The two also agreed to further boost parliamentary cooperation with view to develop people to people contacts.

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