Pakistan, UK Agree To Further Strengthen Bilateral Relations

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for and UK Minister of State for Armed Forces Mark Lancaster Wednesday agreed on further strengthening of Pakistan and United Kingdom. According to a press release, they discussed issues of mutual interest during the meeting. Rana Tanveer Hussain identified various fields in which both countries can further boost bilateral cooperation. He said that joint production projects should be started to expand ties.

The minister also met Chief Executive Officer Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group, an aircraft maintenance, modification and design company located at Cambridge Airport, which also owns and operates the Cambridge airport. The minister was on a five-day visit to attend Defence and Security Equipment Exhibition. He was attending the exhibition on the invitation of Department for International Trade, Defence and Security Organization. Earlier, the minister also attended the inaugural ceremony of the Defence and Security Equipment International exhibition and also visited various companies’ stalls. He also visited the stall of Pakistan Ordnance Factory.

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