Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan and his British counterpart Boris Johnson had a telephone conversation. Important issues were discussed, including the FATF, the Afghan peace process, and bilateral relations.
According to a statement from the prime minister’s office, the two leaders discussed bilateral relations, the Afghan peace process, Code 19, and climate change.
In a telephone call, the two leaders discussed the situation in Afghanistan and agreed on long-term peace and stability on Afghan soil. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Britain would continue to provide diplomatic and development support to the Afghan government.
The two Prime Ministers agreed to enhance high-level exchanges between the UK and Pakistan. On this occasion, Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed hope for promoting trade and investment between the two countries.
The Prime Minister appreciated the efforts of Prime Minister Boris Johnson to effectively combat Corona in the UK and apprised his British counterpart of the steps taken by Pakistan against Corona.