According to the reports, Prime Minister Imran Khan met with foreign leaders on Thursday during his two-day visit to Tajikistan, where he arrived to attend the 20th Shanghai Cooperation Organization Council of Heads of State (SCO-CHS) in Dushanbe.
On the sidelines of the SCO Council of Heads of State meeting in Dushanbe, Prime Minister Imran Khan met with President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko, President of Uzbekistan, Iranian President Dr Ebrahim Raisi, and Kazakhstan President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, according to the Prime Minister’s Office.
Meeting with Belarus president
In a bilateral meeting, Prime Minister Imran Khan and President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko discussed measures to expand bilateral relations in a variety of areas.
The discussion, which took place on the sidelines of the 20th Shanghai Cooperation Organization Council of Heads of State (SCO-CHS) Summit, was centred on closed collaboration in mutually beneficial sectors.
Pakistan and Belarus have friendly relations based on a shared approach to regional and international challenges.
On the sidelines of the SCO’s Heads of State Summit in Dushanbe, Prime Minister Imran Khan met with Iranian President Dr. Ebrahim Raisi. Both leaders exchange views on regional political situation.
PM Imran Khan and Tajikistan President
Prime Minister Imran Khan and Tajik President Emomali Rahmon witnessed the signing of agreement papers at a ceremony held at the Qasr-i-Millat here, which followed a one-to-one meeting between the two leaders and talks between their two delegations.
On the auspices of the SCO, Uzbek President Imran Khan met with Shavkat Mirziyoyev, President of Uzbekistan, in Dushanbe. A variety of topics of mutual interest were discussed throughout the meeting.
Prime Minister Imran Khan also met with Kazakhstan President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev in a bilateral meeting.
PM Imran Khan and President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev discussed significant regional and international problems as well as bilateral relations. They reaffirmed their willingness to improve Pakistan-Kazakhstan ties in a variety of areas, including commerce, investment, and transportation.