Pakistan and Belgium will soon expand bilateral trade and investment ties, according to a Foreign Office statement.
MOFA Spokesperson Zahid Hafeez Chaudhri tweeted updates in this regard on Monday.
He said the two countries held an inaugural round of political consultations virtually.
Views were exchanged on the regional situation, multilateral issues and COVID-19, the spokesperson said. Areas to promote bilateral cooperation were also discussed.
He said Pakistan appreciated Belgium’s support for Prime Minister Imran Khan’s initiative on debt relief for developing countries.
Belgium Bilateral Affairs Director General Anick Van Calster also tweeted about the meeting.
She said a broad exchange of views took place about bilateral and EU-Pakistan relations and regional issues along with the impact of coronavirus.
Source: Geo News