Islamabad: British High Commissioner (BHC) Jane Marriott on Tuesday held meetings with Senate Chairman Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani and exchanged views on matters of mutual interest and exploration of avenues for enhanced cooperation.
During the meeting between the Senate chairman and British envoy, issues of paramount importance such as trade, investment, parliamentary cooperation, and public relations between the two nations came under discussion.
The Senate chairman highlighted the need to amplify partnerships between Pakistan and the United Kingdom across various sectors, particularly in the realms of health, education, and technology.
He emphasized on fostering collaboration through the mobilization of existing parliamentary friendship groups. Sanjrani underscored the abundant investment opportunities that Pakistan offers within a favourable economic environment.
He highlighted the government’s ongoing efforts to promote investment and extend incentives to potential investors. He underscored that Gwadar was being emerged as a burgeoning economic hub and encouraged British investors to explore investment prospects in the region.
He acknowledged the convergence of Pakistani expatriates in the United Kingdom as a bridge between the two countries.
Jane Marriott praised Pakistan’s hospitality and socio-cultural diversity. She affirmed Britain’s recognition of Pakistan as a vital partner and expressed eagerness to advance and broaden the bilateral relationship.