Prime Minister Imran Khan held a telephonic conversation with his British counterpart Boris Johnson and exchanged views on current trajectory of bilateral relations, Afghan peace process, Covid-19 pandemic and climate change.
He appreciated Prime Minister Boris Johnson for his thoughtful video message for the World Environment Day event held in Islamabad on June 5, 2021.
The prime minister Imran Khan expressed the hope that Pakistan and the United Kingdom are able to build a stronger partnership in the future, particularly in the areas of trade and investment. The two leaders agreed on the importance of a high-level exchanges between the two countries.
The prime minister praised Prime minister Boris Johnson’s efforts to effectively deal with the Covid-19 pandemic in the united kingdom. He also informed his British counterpart of the measures taken in order to combat the Covid-19 pandemic, at the same time, to save lives, to provide the supply and stimulate the economy.
The prime minister reiterated his long-standing position that there is no military solution to the conflict in Afghanistan, and that is the only way to move forward is a negotiated political solution.
The prime minister has launched a campaign to fight polio
In order to emphasize the importance of the charge of the troops, the Prime minister informed his British counterpart at Pakistan’s ongoing efforts to support Afghanistan through the sharing of the peace process.
Imran Khan briefed on Boris Johnson in on the progress that has been made in order to strengthen the AML/CFT system.