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Indonesia and Pakistan to Establish Joint Commission to Develop Cooperation Featured

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Pakistani Ambassador to Indonesia Mohamed Aqil Nadeem Pakistani Ambassador to Indonesia Mohamed Aqil Nadeem VOI-ANI

Trade cooperation between Indonesia and Pakistan is expected to continue to grow and benefit the two countries. Both countries continue to form a joint commission to enhance cooperation that strengthens Islamabad and Jakarta. This was disclosed by Pakistani Ambassador to Indonesia Mohammed Aqil Nadeem to RRI World Service-Voice of Indonesia at the Embassy of Pakistan on Thursday afternoon (8/3).

“We are also hoping that this year joint commission between Pakistan and Indonesia would become appraisal. Foreign minister of Indonesia would be able to visit Pakistan to inaugurate commission. We would see more and more bilateral engagement between Pakistan and Indonesia, and it would be a major trading partner,” said Mohammed Aqil Nadeem.

Mohammed Aqil Nadeem explained Prime Minister of Pakistan will visit Indonesia at the the latest by 2019 to strengthen cooperation between the two countries in various fields such as politics, economy, culture and trade. (VOI/AHMAD FAISAL/AHM)

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