British High Commission First Secretary calls on Ch Parvez Elahi
Consensus on exchange of parliamentary delegations
Trade volume between two countries should be doubled, Britain should open its markets more and play role for saving Kashmiris from Indian atrocities, Speaker Punjab Assembly
Lahore: 09-03-2020: During meeting of British High Commission First Secretary Mr Tom De Fonblanqo with Speaker Punjab Assembly Ch Parvez Elahi consensus was reached on exchange of parliamentary delegations between the two countries here today (Monday).
Provincial Law Minister Muhammad Basharat Raja, Punjab Government spokesperson Mussarat Jamshed Cheema and Director General Parliamentary Affairs Punjab Assembly Inayatullah Lak were also present in the meeting.
Welcoming British High Commission First Secretary and Internal Political Team, Ch Parvez Elahi paid tributes to the British High Commission First Secretary for his services regarding capacity building of Pakistani parliamentarians.
He said that regarding legislation and awareness about peoples’ rights, Britain is example for other countries, parliamentarians of both the countries will have to play their role on highlighting positive image of Pakistan and Britain.
On expressing interest of the British High Commission regarding inviting delegations of Pakistani parliamentarians to Britain, Ch Parvez Elahi said that the parliamentarians of Pakistan and Britain should benefit from experiences of legislatures, Pakistan will welcome British parliamentarians, and both countries are linked together in historical relations.
Speaker Punjab Assembly said that we want to double trade volume between Britain and Pakistan, for increasing exports from Pakistan, Britain should open more its markets.
About situation in occupied Kashmir, Ch Parvez Elahi said that India is committing worst oppression of history of mankind, on worst situation of human rights in occupied Kashmir international community particularly Britain should play its role, new mankind tragedy can born due to India’s atrocities and oppression in occupied Kashmir.#