Pakistani Ambassador to Germany Jauhar Saleem and the speaker held a detailed meeting at Parliament President Wolfgang Schauble’s office to discuss the ongoing situation in Indian occupied Jammu and Kashmir also highlighting the continued human rights violations and heightened tension in the region.
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The peace process in Afghanistan, in reference to the ongoing talks between the United States and the Taliban, was also discussed at the meeting.
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Germany has the second-largest contingent in the NATO-led non-combat mission in Afghanistan, whose mandate must be renewed annually by the German parliament.
In the framework of relations between Pakistan and Germany, bilateral economic and development cooperation, the Generalized Scheme of Preferences (GSP) Plus and the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) were discussed.
The ambassador noted that as a result of the GSP Plus, trade between Pakistan and the EU had increased by more than 50 percent and had maintained a very balanced composition. It was also agreed to have more frequent parliamentary exchanges between the two countries.
kashmir is one of the biggest matters of pakistan…but it’s a pity that pakistani politicians have failed to make it the part of pakistan. hope so this meeting may give some routes to pakistan to fulfill their goals.
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28 March, 2020