Ishaq Dar stresses govt need to additional increase commerce ties with US
- Minister says govt concenred about lots’ well-being.
- Discusses govt’s financial insurance policies to handle financial challenges.
- Envoy Blome expresses confidence in govt’s financial insurance policies.
ISLAMABAD: Finance and Income Minister Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar mentioned that the incumbent authorities was extremely involved concerning the well-being of the lots.
The minister mentioned this in his assembly with United States Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Blome who known as on him right here on Wednesday.
The minister welcomed the US envoy and mentioned the nation’s deep-rooted historic and sturdy relations with the USA on economic and trade fronts.
Through the assembly, the Finance Minister shared the federal government’s financial insurance policies and priorities for addressing the difficult financial atmosphere. The minister additionally confused that the current authorities is extremely involved concerning the well-being of the lots subsequently plenty of measures are being undertaken on this regard.
Each leaders exchanged views on issues of widespread curiosity amongst different points to boost the present bilateral relations between the 2 nations.
Dar knowledgeable the US Ambassador concerning the authorities’s pragmatic plans associated to revenues and expenditures for fulfilling its nationwide in addition to worldwide monetary obligations. He shared varied financial avenues by way of which each nations can additional deepen their financial relations.
Ambassador Blome underscored that each nations take pleasure in wholesome relations and expressed confidence within the insurance policies and programmes of the federal government for financial sustainability and socio-economic uplift of the lots. He extended his support to additional promote bilateral financial funding and commerce relations between the 2 nations.
The minister thanked the US Ambassador and reiterated the need of the federal government to additional deepen bilateral commerce and funding ties with the USA.