Islamabad: In a virtual meeting, Pakistan and Indonesia agreed to strengthen bilateral financial and economic cooperation.
The Finance Minister of Pakistan, Ishaq Dar, held a virtual meeting with his Indonesian counterpart, Sri Mulyani, to discuss bolstering cooperation in the financial and economic sectors. The agenda of the meeting entailed deliberations on different ways to strengthen bilateral relations through mutually beneficial avenues.
During the meeting, Minister Dar expressed his contentment with the substantial trade, economic, and investment collaboration between the two nations. He also underscored the deep-rooted, fraternal ties between Pakistan and Indonesia and reiterated that Pakistan regards its relationship with Indonesia as being of utmost significance.
Conversely, the Indonesian Finance Minister highlighted the historic bilateral relations that the two countries share and exchanged her perspective on enhancing trade and economic ties with Pakistan. She also divulged various economic reforms the Indonesian government had implemented and the measures undertaken for sustainable economic growth.
This agreement to enhance economic cooperation between Pakistan and Indonesia comes when Pakistan grapples with economic fallout. It is expected to help both countries navigate the economic challenges and emerge stronger in the post-pandemic era. For the latest Real Estate News and Blogs, visit Realtors blogs.