PM Pakistan congratulates the newly elected PM of Japan

According to Baaghi TV, Prime Minister Imran Khan has congratulated the newly elected Prime Minister of Japan.

Tweeting on social networking site Twitter, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that he was hopeful of further strengthening the friendship between Pakistan and Japan, adding that Pak-Japan friendship with Yoshihide is determined to further strengthen the friendship.

Prime Minister Imran Khan further said that he hoped that bilateral cooperation with Japan in various fields would further increase.

It should be noted that Suga Yoshihide has been elected the new Prime Minister of Japan. Suga Yoshi, 71, has served as chief cabinet secretary under former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, according to a foreign news agency. Liberal Democratic Party chief cabinet secretary Suga Yoshihide has been elected prime minister by parliament.

Shinzo Abe resigned last month along with his cabinet due to ill health. Shinzo Abe had resigned, saying he was unable to take on government responsibilities due to health problems.

Shinzo Abe served as Japan’s prime minister for one year from 2006 to 2007, and re-elected prime minister in December 2012 after forming a lower house.

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