German Foreign Minister to visit Pakistan to strengthen ties

German Foreign Minister to visit Pakistan to strengthen ties

German Foreign Minister Angelina Beerbach is leaving for Pakistan on a two-day visit. This is his first visit to the South Asian nuclear-armed country since taking over as foreign minister. The German foreign minister is scheduled to arrive in Pakistan on Tuesday (June 6).

During the visit, Foreign Minister Analina Beerbock will meet with Pakistani Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif. He will also hold talks with Pakistani Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. In the meeting with these two leaders, Bearback will discuss bilateral, regional and other important issues. Besides, Afghanistan will be very important in the discussion.

The German Foreign Ministry said in a statement that it would also meet with representatives of the Bayerbach civil society. “Pakistan is a friend of Germany,” the statement said. The two countries want to further strengthen bilateral relations in various fields. Relations can be further enhanced in the areas of trade, investment, energy, defense and people-to-people contacts between the two countries.

In a meeting with Pakistan’s foreign minister, Barebuck will raise the issue of the Taliban’s protection of human rights in Afghanistan. This issue will be given priority in the discussions with the leaders of Pakistan. And if people need to be rescued from Afghanistan, Bayerbock thinks Pakistan needs help.

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“Pakistan was the hardest hit by the crisis in Afghanistan,” Bayerbock said on Monday. “Pakistan helped us when we needed to get people out of Afghanistan.”

However, Bearback also said that “the rescue squad wasn’t called for him.

Amy Jackson