He was received by Uzbek Prime Minister Shafqat Marziaov and secretary of state Abdul Aziz Kamaliov at the airfield.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif command a gathering along with his Uzbek counterpart at the airfield in Tashkent during which bilateral matters were mentioned, aforementioned a press release issued by the Prime Minister House.
During his trip, the premier can hold conferences with Uzbek leadership on numerous regional and international problems.
A high-level delegation comprising Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi, advisor to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, consultant on Aviation Shujaat Azeem and alternative senior officers area unit concomitant Nawaz Sharif on the visit.
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A separate meeting also will be command between the 2 presidents in Tashkent.
The two countries share similar views on major regional and international problems and collaborate closely on three-way fora together with the world organization, Organisation of monotheism Cooperation (OIC), Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO), and Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).
A joint declaration and a number of alternative documents geared toward enhancing bilateral ties also will be signed throughout the visit.
Focus on enhancing cooperation in numerous fields, together with energy, trade, culture, regional property, business enterprise and people-to-people contacts also will be mentioned among the 2 sides.
The prime minister’s visit to Republic of Uzbekistan is reflective of this priority and broader commitment to more strengthen Pakistan’s engagement with Central Asia.