Tajik Ambassador Ismatullo Nasredin pays a farewell call on President Alvi


Ismatullo Nasredin – the Ambassador of Tajikistan to Pakistan – has paid a farewell call on President Dr. Arif Alvi in Islamabad today (Friday, January 26).

During the meeting with Tajik Ambassador Ismatullo Nasredin, the President of Pakistan Dr. Arif Alvi stressed the need for increasing cooperation among Islamic countries to overcome the issue of Islamophobia in the world. He also called for greater cooperation among the OIC member states in the areas of science and technology to meet modern-day challenges.

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Dr. Arif Alvi expressed satisfaction over the steadily expanding bilateral relations between Pakistan and Tajikistan in all areas of mutual interest, especially in trade, energy and defense. While talking about the situation in Palestine, he said that Pakistan deeply shares the pain of the people in Gaza where Israeli forces are committing genocide and gross human rights violations.

The President of Pakistan regretted that the international community has failed to stop the Israeli atrocities, despite the painful imagery coming out of Gaza.