Lahore: Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar met Ambassador of Japan, Mr. Wada Mitsuhiro and discussed various issues including bilateral ties between the two countries.
Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar also congratulated the Japanese Ambassador on the completion of 70 years of Pak-Japan diplomatic relations.
According to details, Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, Mr. Wada Mitsuhiro called on Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar at Governor House Lahore while discussion was also held on further enhancing bilateral cooperation between Pakistan and Japan in economic, trade, and investment sectors.
During the meeting, Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar reiterated his commitment to expanding bilateral cooperation with Japan in the field of economic, trade, development and investment and said that Pakistan gives great importance to bilateral relations with Japan based on mutual trust and understanding and Pakistan believes in better and friendly relations with the world. Governor Punjab said that the government of Pakistan under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan has played its due role for peace in the whole region including Afghanistan and also rendered matchless sacrifices in the region to eradicate terrorism, he added. He further said that Pakistan stands for peace in the region, and Kashmir issue must be resolved in accordance with UN resolutions to maintain peace in the region. He also stressed
that the world should play its role for peace in Afghanistan as well.
The Japanese Ambassador lauded the steps taken by Prime Minister Imran Khan for further strengthening relations with Pakistan and for strong leadership in supporting peace and stability in the region and the world. Matters between the two sides on the export of manpower from Pakistan to Japan under the Technical Intern Training Program and Special Skilled Manpower Program are moving forward successfully and we will stand by Pakistan in every difficult time, he said.