Pakistan and St. Kitts & Nevis – a Caribbean country – have signed a joint communiqué at a ceremony in New York to formally establish diplomatic relations.
According to the media reports, Pakistan and St. Kitts & Nevis have established formal diplomatic relations today (Friday, January 26). The joint communiqué was signed by Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Munir Akram and his counterpart Dr. Mutryce Williams in New York to formally establish diplomatic relations between the two countries.
In his remarks, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Munir Akram said that the formal establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries would open up avenues for cooperation in several fields such as finance, trade, investment, and information technology. He said it would provide an opportunity for the representatives of both countries at different tiers to have close and meaningful interaction, aimed at benefiting from each other’s experiences.
Ambassador Munir Akram further stated that he looked forward to a renewed partnership with the Permanent Mission of St. Kitts & Nevis on the areas of common interest at the bilateral and multilateral forums.
Dr. Mutryce Williams said on this occasion that both countries might be located at the far ends of the world, but they have had mutual respect and goodwill for each other. She said that the formal establishment of diplomatic relations between both countries would lead to cooperation in different fields, especially trade, tourism, and education.