Pakistan, Marshall Islands formally establish diplomatic ties

Pakistan and Republic of Marshall Islands, a Pacific Island country, have signed a joint communique to formally establish diplomatic relations.

The signing ceremony was held at Pakistan Mission to UN where Permanent Representatives Munir Akram and Marshall’s Ambassador to UN Amatlian Elizabeth Kabua signed the documents.

Both diplomats expressed their firm resolve to explore avenues of cooperation especially in the fields of climate change and within the UN system.

Speaking on the occasion, Ambassador Munir Akram termed the establishment of formal diplomatic ties between the two countries as “auspicious occasion”.

He said Pakistan considered the Marshall Islands as an important country in the Asia-Pacific region. He recalled that both friendly countries jointly played a key role in the establishment of the landmark Loss and Damage Fund as well as its operationalization at COP28.
Ambassador Munir Akram said the formal diplomatic ties will further strengthen the cooperation between the two countries. Ambassador Amatlian Elizabeth Kabua also shared her views, saying her country was open to cooperation in all the fields.

She appreciated the Pakistan ambassador for strongly supporting the small Island nations at the UN.